I have a hub that introduces three Singaporean museums. It's on WanderWisdom, although it isn't performing too well.
Thing is, two out of those three museums are currently closed for extended renovations. One's expected to reopen next year; the other, in 2021. What should I do with this hub for the moment?
Unpublish and republish, with updated photos/info, 2 years later? (LOL)
I would leave it.
I would start writing completely new articles, one on each museum, which you could publish just as each reopens. That way you can ride on the publicity that each of the re-openings is likely to get.
Hi Beth, thanks for your suggestion.
That looks to be the best way forward. I think I'd just leave a note on the original hub regarding the closures. And prepare for new writeups when the renovations are done.
I am writing a hub at the moment about an area in Prague, where I visited several museums. Unfortunately I have discovered that the first one closed for refurbishment just this month. I have added a note with the dates of closure. Hopefully when I review the hub I will be able to remove the closure notice. I think it's fine to leave the hub up and just add a note. After all, isn't that what guide books do? It's not like it has gone completely.
Give the renovation info in the hub. That would be valuable information to avoid a wasted trip.
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