What is the minimum hub performance level you allow before you unpublish it?
At what point do you give up on a hub that is a poor performer?
So far, I haven't unpublished a hub. Maybe that's wrong, but they're like my babies. If I see a hub getting down to just above 60--say 61-63, I will look at it to see what I can improve. I'll revise it or try to put out some links to get more traffic and thus raise the score. Up to this point, none of my hubs have fallen below 60, and I'm satisfied with that.
i think its from 30-38. i am a new Hub user i having my starting hub points from
30 - 38
When should you unpublish a hub? If ever? What are alternatives to deleting hubs? What about poetry hubs? read more
I do the same as Victoria Lynn, except there is also the option of re-writing to make it more search friendly. I don't like to let mine sit below 65. Sometimes, the title tuner can fix the problem for me, sometimes it takes a little more.
Why are you concerned about the score? Or do you look at the traffic levels? I am not sure why the score is important. I would gladly take a low-scoring hub with lots of views over a high scoring hub with no views.
What aspects of the performance are you focusing on? Just the hub scores?
by Muhammad Jaafar 6 years ago
What is the minimum words I must write before my hub to be published?I want to know my many word I word I must write bèfore it will be published and will my hub appear in search engine when not published
by sunforged 8 years ago
30 hubs in 30 days is great...but how much time did you spend making sure your efforts will be viewed ?Are your 30 Hubs a craps shoot, a gamble ..are you just throwing *it* against the wall and seeing what sticks?Join us in a 60 day challenge that includes a 30 day promotion phase and a community...
by Karla Iverson 5 years ago
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by saleheensblog 7 years ago
If the minimum words for a hub is set 200 HP will get rid of a thousands of sub-standard contents automatically. No hub should be allowed to publish until it has at least 200 words. If possible 300 words. Poems can be the only exception.
by Peter Messerschmidt 5 years ago
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by offshorestaff 10 years ago
Hello, I would like to know as this "hubpage" comes under web 2.0 sites then why don't even you allow to promote a single link in my hub. As per my knowledge there are hell lot of web 2.0 sites and the purpose of using web 2.0 properties is to promote our personal wish, thought or work...
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