Would you delete your low scoring non performing Hubs to increase your overall HubScore?
Never. I would (and have) revisited some of my lowest scoring hubs and revised the content and done SEO and keyword research on the title with good results. Both the hubscore of these hubs, but more importantly the traffic they receive have increased.
Not really. I don't realy think about my hubscore at all. What matters to me is the money i'm making.
It depends on if I feel that the hub is benefiting me in any way. I have deleted low scoring (and decent scoring) hubs that were not performing well because they were not evergreen. They did well around the time that I published them, but after about a year, they fell flat, and were no longer benefiting me. Generally, I keep even the lower scoring hubs, rework them, and let them be.
by leakeem5 years ago
I have read somewhere here that google search engines take into account the page-views to compute ranking. Is it advisable to delete non-performing Hubs, those with 0 pageviews a day, as a way to increase traffic in an...
by Ladybird338 years ago
Just wanted to know, have you ever deleted any of your non-performing hubs?
by Dr Mark2 years ago
In a forum I read recently someone commented that Google looks down on your subdomain if it contains many poor articles. But how do I tell which is considered poor?Can I tell by hubscore? Some of my hubs are in the 60s,...
by Patrick Kamau3 years ago
Do You Delete non Performing Hubs?
by Nemanja Boškov5 years ago
Should we delete our under-performing hubs and how many of you do this?I have recently deleted a hub I published a long time ago and which had a pretty low score.After doing this, my author hubscore went up...
by OSBERT JOEL C3 years ago
I have published more than 30 hubs. Of those almost 5 hubs have just 5 to 10 page views a month. More over the hub score is also low. Is deleting those hubs a right decision?
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