Do you ever delete a hub that's doing well
rewrite it and publish a new hub on the same topic?
If I see a hub is doing well, I will look to write another hub on a similar topic, or try to expand on the original subject. I would never delete it, as you would lose your Google position in the searches.
I didn't mean doing well! Lol I meant doing averagely or poorly- don't know where my brain was.
LOL, no worries. I would not delete a hub regardless of how it was performing. I have had success in re-writing poorly performing hubs as well as doing more SEO work, so I would look to do that rather than delete it.
Okay- I figured that would be the common answer.
In the past when I have the odd hub become unfeatured I would delete it and use it elsewhere. For example I have been able to sell a few of my former hubs as articles on Constant Content.
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