Do you have Hubs that are incomplete/unpublished that are just collecting virtual dust?
I recently had a look through my hubs and realized I have at least 6 unpublished hubs that I don't currently have any inspiration to finish. What does anyone else do with these? Wait for a rainy inspired day or just delete them?
If you feel they are really a long ways from being complete, I think I would just bid them a fond farewell. Cleaning house can be very therapeutic
I have a title for one hub, and that's it. It's a topic I know a lot about, I just can't push myself to do it, despite writing many hubs since saving the title to that one.
Eventually Ill break down and write it or delete it. I hate having unpublished hubs collecting dust.
just think twice before you delete it. My advice is you better finish those hub.. think more ideas how to improve those hubs. I know you will make it ThompsonPen.
I have a few incomplete hubs, all of which I intend to finish. I write hubs in series, often I have to complete the series before publishing them all at once. Ronilo Blanca is right, you should always finish and publish them as you never know where your next top performing hub will come from.
Also, as has happened to me a couple of times, when either finishing or revising an existing hub, you may get an idea for a new hub. I would wait for a rainy day and take a fresh look at them.
I tend to work on 3-5 hubs at a time that are a work in progress. Sometimes I need some inspiration to finish them, which usually comes at some point. I do finish them at some point.
I have a handful that I had come up with an idea and title for, but just haven't had the chance to write them yet. Now that school's out for the summer, there will be less running around with the kids and hopefully I can get them hammered out!
by Robert P 2 months ago
I have a few hubs that I wrote about 10 years ago when I first started writing on hubpages that are not very good. They are pretty thin on content and get little or no traffic now. Some of them have even been unpublished due to lack of traffic or for quality. I am not disputing that they are not...
by Christopher Wanamaker 4 years ago
Have you ever chosen to delete any of your hubs?If so, why? Did it have the affect that you were looking for?
by Eric Dierker 5 years ago
What does HP want us to do with unpublished HubsI cannot find any guidance on this issue
by Janis Leslie Evans 2 years ago
Do you have hubs that stay at the bottom of your hub list no matter what you do to them? Is it the unappealing subject matter, boring content, too short, oversaturated topic, poetry, or something else? I have about 5 or 6 at the bottom of my barrel of 83 hubs. I'm curious about why and wonder if...
by Stacie L 7 years ago
i would like to change some urls on my older hubs.I can only do this my deleting the hub (after copying it first)then start a new hub,copy and paste the old copied hub with a new url.is this going to create a duplicate penalty ?do i have to wait a certain number of days?anyone do thsi?
by Sinea Pies 7 years ago
If we want to "remove" some hubs that are under achieving to test whether our other hubs increase in traffic, as a result, can we simply unpublish them or must they be deleted entirely?
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