When there is something to add to the hub new content or when anything changes.
I think its good when you review each hub ones or twice a month.
Have you ever learned more and then gone back and basically spent a lot of time tweaking? For example only in the past year I learned what SEO is so very few of my hubs have been shared on social media sites.
Having many Squid Hubs I have been tweaking everyday. All have been updated since the transfer. Now I'm updating and improving them continuously because of hubs becoming unfeatured.
I regularly edit my Hubs to "Evergreen" them. In edit mode I try to ensure all the boxes are ticked, I'll add to the length of the text, add extra photos or additional capsules to my Hubs - Poll's etc. I like to edit them regularly as otherwise I worry they are getting old or out-dated! I would say I spend more time editing than I do creating new Hubs sometimes! But it seems to be working well for me, around 110 Hubs and over 5 million views.
I am the same. I edit more than create new. I have 100 to work on so it keeps me busy but I don't get that kind of traffic. Any secrets you could share w how you market/SEO etc for a gal who needs some encouragement ?
HI Mislong123, I have no secrets about the traffic, Just adding the links capsule to my Hubs for a few of related Hubs, follow and comment on other Hubbers pages regularly and I Tweet a Hub twice a day. Your Hubs look good!
by ChuckHuckaby 7 years ago
Do you go back and update your hubs frequently (e.g you just published a new related hub so you go back and update the others)?Do you do this incessantly?Or do you just "fire and forget" and move to the next hub?Just wondering...
by Louise Barraco 3 years ago
Hi its Louise again, I was wondering if anyone knew how to edit your hubs so that they can be featured and how often you edit them. I am trying to make blogging into a part time job or full time job but don't know how to get paid doing so and I am a horrible editor of my own stuff. ...
by Kevin Languedoc 6 years ago
I have been weeding out some of my under performing hubs and I have also been tweaking the titles of my remaining hubs. Over the last two weeks I have seen my hubs page views increase by 25% - 50%, even on weekends where usually I have low readership. Has anyone else been pruning their hubs or...
by Angie Jardine 5 years ago
Any advice on what to do when no more tweaking is possible?You’ve got the dreaded Zzzz’s and have tweaked and tuned some particular hubs to the ’nth’ degree. They’re well-written, grammatical and erudite but, thanks to the vagaries of Google, they may not get the views they once got....
by Cardia 3 years ago
How often do you edit/update your old Hubs, and does it help?They always recommend to update your Hubs every now and then to keep the content fresh and current. Do you do this? and if so, do you see results (ie., rise in views, comments, etc?)Normally I don't update as often as I should, but I'm...
by Susannah Birch 3 years ago
An ongoing topic I've seen over the years I've been on Hubpages is "How do I make my low traffic hubs better."I saw it again today in a Hub Pro thread (if you haven't already, should definitely opt in - it was a fantastic experience.)My best advice to anyone who is writing online is:If it...
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