I have one of the articles that have been featured. I feel that the contents of the published featured article need some changes with an update.
Can I re-write the featured article and change the title of the featured article? Will that affect the current article scores including views and also my hubber score?
Please advise. Thanks.
Article scores and hubber scores are irrelevant. Take no notice. The only thing that matters now is which site the article is on. If it's on hubpages.com then If on discover.hubpages then If on a network site it's
Your edits won't change any of the past and current statistics, i.e. your current views as of today won't be affected. However they may change tomorrow and for the future, either for better or for worse. No one can predict.
If you think the article will benefit from the changes and will attract more readers, go ahead.
Over the last 2 years, I've rewritten some of my earlier hubs and they were then picked for the niche sites. However, none did well at all. One area pointed out by other hubbers is that the URL remains the same, and that's usually a key SEO consideration.
Vice versa, when I delete, rewrite, and republish, it's a different story.
The above is for significant rewrites, of course. If traffic is steady, I usually just update, carefully, and that helps.
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