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What do you do with hubs that you're not very happy with? Delete them, fix them?
If you've spent a lot of time writing your hub but no longer think it's very good, do you delete it, fix it, or just accept it as a loss and continue writing others?
I prefer to fix it, rewrite and try to make it more attractive. I'm new here and have just published my 1st hub.
After all we spend so much of time to write the hub. So deleting it is not the only solution. It is waste of time and energy, so it is better to think about some ideas to improve it.
What do you do with one of your children who gets derailed in his life?Either you try to mend him or leave him as he is.Your hubs are your own creation.Either you can fix the one that is not doing well or just leave it as it is.I don't like the idea of deleting the hub that is not doing well.It is tantamount to killing your own creation.
I try to fix and refix and refix. I'm new here and as I learn more and more I'm finding that I'm going back to edit and edit and edit my hubs. If for some reason I realised that one of my hubs really was poor I think I would delete it and consider it learning and experience,
by Chace4 years ago
Some people say you should never, ever delete a hub...only edit it and such. What makes you just completely trash your own hubs?
by Carolee Samuda5 years ago
What's the least amount of views per hub that you would accept before deleting it?Not sure if the question is clear, but what is your criteria for deleting a hub? We know that hubs that do not do well will drag the hubs...
by Nathan Bernardo5 years ago
How many times do you edit an idled Hub before deleting it? Or do you keep it idled so that links to it are still good? Also, for what reasons do you either leave it idled or delete it or still try to fix it? I have one...
by Kristin Kaldahl4 years ago
I have a quick question. If I unpublish a hub, does Google "see" that it's still sitting in my account and thus punish me for it, or should I be totally deleting hubs that I decide are not garnering...
by peacefulparadox8 years ago
It is advantageous to delete one's own low scoring hubs that have little traffic. I figure getting rid of the low score would increase the average of the rest of one's hubs.What do you think?
by leakeem5 years ago
I have read somewhere here that google search engines take into account the page-views to compute ranking. Is it advisable to delete non-performing Hubs, those with 0 pageviews a day, as a way to increase traffic in an...
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