How do you keep traffic coming to your earlier published hubs?
I recycle them with update information. I don't know how many of my followers have found me by reading really old hubs that have recently had a "facelift" !
I update when necessary, and every so often I'll give one a kick in the butt on my Facebook page by showcasing it as "One Year Ago On HubPages" or "Two Years Ago on Hubpages..."
I try to update mine every few months, and give them a good 'spring cleaning': Adding/changing photos, updating information, playing around with the capsules to see what readers like more, etc.
Plus sometimes I share them on other networks, like Google Plus or Twitter. To be honest, I'm not sure if this really profits me, but in my opinions any exposure is good exposure!
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