Is it best to keeping tweaking old hubs or constantly create new hubs?
I am curious as to which reaps the best ROI (return on investment). I would love to hear from more experienced Hubbers to determine the best road to travel; as we all know our time is limited and of the essence! Thank you for your input!
I think a combination of the two works best. Whenever I return to an older hub, I realize how much more I could have done to make it better...it really pays to rework the oldies...but only to a certain point. If reworking no longer helps, then it's time to dump out.
There's no point tweaking old Hubs just for the sake of it - unless they've gone into "Idle", in which case changing a sentence or two will bring it back to life.
You should tweak an old Hub only when:
- you've got some new, useful information to add.
- you've learned a bit more about how to write for profit online, and need to implement what you've learned (e.g. better SEO, linking, legal images etc).
- you need to make changes to comply with HubPages rule changes
- you use the Title Tuner, Hub stats or keyword tools to identify words you need to include in the Hub.
Otherwise, you're wasting your time, and you would be much better off writing new Hubs, or promoting your existing ones.
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