What is considered a low hubscore for an article? I am thinking of deleting a few mostly some of my poems because they're not doing well at all. 0 views in the last two months or so.
I feel you don't have to delete. You may try to make a catchy title for those hubs. You can try promoting those hubs. Add the links to social bookmarking sites like digg, mixx and as you say they are poems, I think you can submit the link in poem related sites. I hope it works
Hello ! You have two options:
1. Delete the Post that has got 0 Visit in 60 Days (Not worth your work)
2. Try to improve it with some Relevant pictures and Videos and Link it with your Relevant Hub that is read too often or get more visit. Traffic is bound to increase.
Have nice time.
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