Should you edit your hubs when they are all featured
Yes. Never stop editing. Even a couple of years after I've published, I go back in to edit grammar mistakes (still find them) and sometimes update info. I have one hub I have to regularly update. It takes me 6-8 weeks to just draft a hub. So I handle with care.
It is a good habit to edit hubs after some months or a year. This is more important when you have some updated information available with you. Always keep on reading and collecting information or include your own experimental ideas to the hubs to make them evergreen.
I heard that it is best not to edut your featured hubs because it will become un featured .
I don't edit my featured hubs. Just share at social medias
Yes. By editing or updating it, you keep relevant. Every time I spot a mistake or find more information for a particular hub, I don't hesitate to hit the Edit button despite how well they are doing as featured hubs.
by Billy Haynes9 days ago
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by Catherine Giordano3 years ago
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by awordlover4 years ago
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by Jcamdir4 years ago
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by Pamela Lipscomb2 years ago
I Was Wondering,. if someone clicks on a hub that is not featured, does the writer get paid from Adsense?
by Kate Swanson5 years ago
I'd like to suggest that "normal" Hubs should have an exclamation mark next to them on our account page.I think there's a very high risk that new Hubbers will misunderstand the normal/Featured system. ...
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