...should I delete them or re-write them?
I have quite a few that have not been successful, should I delete or rewrite and will this help my sub-domain or harm it???
Another option is to move them to another site or blog (blogger, Squidoo etc.)...
Since the hubs already have age, I would re-write them or at least edit them. That's my take on it.
However, I just, as of today, chose to delete two hubs, not because of views, but I actually got tired of looking at them.
I've had this question for some months now. I ended up trying several attempts at editing both text and title and given a few months to see it there was a change in traffic. Now with the subdomains taking off, I've deleted them (or moved them to another site) if their traffic still did not improve and if their hub score was below 70.
What I am thinking about doing is deleting them and submitting them to Constant Content.
I think it depends on the kind of content. If it's an informational hub then I would probably rewrite or edit. A recipe, poem or personal/short story I would delete. At least that's what I am doing with hubs that are not getting any views.
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