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Of course you can. In fact, it's encouraged, to keep your material up to date.
Yes, just select the "edit" button on your hub, and you can update it. Hubs that are updated over the course of a year or two may do better in google search results.
I agree totally with what has been posted already. It is both advisable and encouraged that you should edit your hubs regularly to keep them fresh.
To that end, last year I edited 20 of my oldest hubs and to measure the effect of the editing kept detailed stats using Google Analytics. The performance of almost all of the 20 hubs improved, some markedly so as a result of being edited.
I will be continuing to do this while trying to publish as many new hubs as I can. I would thoroughly recommend editing and updating any hubs that have not been edited in the last year.
by Nathan Bernardo5 years ago
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by Lisa Vollrath3 years ago
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by Steven Gray5 years ago
Is it unethical to go back and edit hubs which have already seen traffic?When time allows, do you go back through older hubs and check for broken links and grammatical errors? I often find myself doing this, and...
by Gail Meyers5 years ago
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by gis_r077 years ago
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by Shasta Matova5 years ago
Do you ever go back and edit your old hubs? Why or why not?
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