How many Hubs have you unpublished?
Just a show of hands really, im interested in seeing whether people chose to keep their hubs published if they are no longer of full relevance or whether you chose to remove them and if so why, is it with the SEO of your domain page in mind?
Never have and never will. Sometimes it takes a few months for a hub to become relevant. It can take a while to show up on google first page. Especially if it's not a flagship hub. Non-flagship hubs tend to take a while to list favorably in search engines.
I am sure I have deleted over 200 hubs.
When I joined HP I was publishing poetry, cooking lessons and short stories. The cooking lessons bombed so I removed them pretty early. The poetry and short stories did great and got lots of HP support, but as I transitioned my account into really making some money, I wanted to have my domain with hubs that were strictly for that purpose.
I have a few pieces of poetry left and these get me organic traffic still as I have optimized them for that. I have also removed most of my HP tutorial hubs as well as those became static after a while.
I found that removing stagnant hubs does increase my traffic flow to other hubs. So I try not to keep hubs around that don't get me traffic outside of HP.
The majority of my hubs now are search friendly with Keyword rich titles and tags. I have also optimized some older hubs that are now doing okay. In all, my account is doing much better than before.
I delete on a regular basis. Sometimes a Hub seems like a good idea for the moment and later just doesn't. So, I'll usually do something like delete three when I've got two more - or something like that.
Just now, though, I've been getting ridding of some of the "Zz'd" Hubs. Although some of them could probably be fixed, some of the ones I have really don't deserve the light of the day. I've been on here for awhile, and up until fairly recently I've never really known what I should or shouldn't be writing. That's become clearer over the last year, so it's also become clearer that some of those awful Hubs don't belong here. I don't really have the subdomain in mind. For the most part, that doesn't do too badly (considering the kind of stuff I have on here). It's mostly that the Zz's called attention to Hubs I haven't given much thought to. I'm pretty slow to remove Hubs because some can surprise you, but the ones I'm deleting aren't doing me any good on here (and it isn't surprising for most of them). What I find with my own Hubs is that the ones nobody else seems interested in are also the same ones I recognize as "bad", deciding to delete isn't a big conflict for me. I don't do anything hasty, though.
In answer to your question, I'm not sure how many Hubs I've written "in all time". I do know I knocked about 350 Hubs down to around 320 over time. Then I knocked those down to 300. I'm now in the processing of dealing with 20 or so remaining Zz's. BUT, crud or not crud; I do save everything I write (and then delete) in case I may have some use for all or part of it in the future, somewhere else.
I've unpublished two, including the one that got me the most page views. It was no longer relevant. It is not deleted though, just in case I someday get the energy to rewrite so that its relevance does not depend on current events.
Just one actually but there are a couple I should probably pull, they don't get many views so I might use them for something else.
Well, I can't compete with Cardisa!!!! I have unpublished/deleted a large number of hubs. I'd guess I have deleted somewhere in the neighborhood of fifty hubs - but those pages are not things I'd remove from the internet entirely. I typically move my under performing Hub pages to one of my blogger accounts.
I must have deleted about 30 hubs since I started on hubpages. It's amazing what you learn over time
I've deleted pieces I've written which were based on news when written as their relevance is no longer there
I've also deleted what looking back I would consider poorly written hubs of low quality
At the moment I have a number of hubs with zzz's. Probably about 5 in total. They're good good hubs but never really picked up traffic despite involving some keyword research.
I've found that by going through my hubs that are not picking up traffic after 6-12 months can give them a bit more life although alot of my cycling hubs are seasonal based on their focus.
I've found that hubs with original photos are looked on favourably so have been going through replacing photos from sources like Flickr with my own photos. I would definitely recommend any hubber treats themselves to a DSLR camera to add a touch of quality to their hubs
by sam24354 3 years ago
I have just started, so I dont expect it in the near future, but how many hubs, or how many months before you start making money? How much traffic is considered to be good traffic? Right now I am getting about an average of 75 hits per day on 4 hubs. Is that good? What...
by Randy Godwin 5 years ago
So you've probably decided editing idled hubs is not worth the trouble on HP and began deleting them. How many have you either moved to a more favorable or merely deleted? I'm up to 30 hubs representing over 10,000 views in the past. And you?
by vaguesan 7 years ago
How many hubs do you have tucked away unpublished?I tend to work on several hubs at once and go back and fix and redo and edit them over several days, maybe even weeks before I publish. Other times I just blast through a hub and post it. What do you do? What is your workflow like?
by Jason Ponic 4 years ago
How many hubs have you published?
by AbFreak101 3 years ago
i have around 12 hubs and im making maybe 10 cents a day.Who here makes at least $100 a month and how many hubs do you have
by Moon Daisy 7 years ago
Do you have a lot of 'red' hubs sitting in your HP account? Or do you decide on a topic, concentrate on that one hub and see it through from start to finish, before even considering the next one?I always have a large collection of red hubs, which I mostly started but abandoned somewhere along...
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