How often do you over haul your hubs?
If you do over haul them have you seen a change in your Hub Score?
You know what, to be honest I have no clue what that means or even how people are earning on here
I occasionally will spruce up some of the ones that aren't doing as well. Maybe I'll get the overhaul bug once every couple of months. I really don't notice that much of a change, but it does keep them from idling, or becoming "un-featured."
Honestly I should be overhauling my hubs right now. If only I wasn't so engrossed with reading hubs and answering questions
I don't touch them as long as they stay featured. The only time I do any editing is if they become idle. The I will do the necessary editing to get them featured again.
I don't touch the hubs that are featured. I only work on the ones that are not featured.
Good question! I usually overhaul hubs that need them. They seem to improve hub score for a while. I guess the trick would be to write more on evergreen topics instead of seasonal ones. ^_^
I can't even imagine the total mental overhaul I'd have to endure to even THINK about "overhauling" my Hubs. I write one a night, kick it out there, try to reread it a few times over the next few days (to catch typos and maybe add a touch of fine polishing)...and that's IT. I don't have "free time" in my life, and certainly no time to go piddling around with what's in my rear view mirror.
There is a plan in my future, though: Get the count up to 3200 Hubs published, then DELETE a not-so-good Hub for every new Hub publishing, thus gradually (VERY gradually) upgrading the overall body of work.
This is what I'm trying to do. I deleted over 70 that weren't performing as well as I'd liked. Now I'm trying to get up to 200.
3200 Hubs very good goal. One Hub a night, Wow! I started off like gang busters and then I got writers block of some kind. Thanks for answering.
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