Many of my hubs are poetry or ones I wrote in the beginning that I believe are not well written.
As soon as I have time to rewrite them, or transfer the poems to my blondey acct, or make the poems longer or better -most poems do not get high ratings or money-I will keep them unpublished. Wise?
Anyhow, I feel it is better to have more quality than quantity.
I just hope my readers do not miss my "fun, whimsical, poetry ' hubs.
Once I would've said, that's silly it can't change anything. But with the advent of subdomains, I'm not so sure anymore.
That said, here's some things you could do:
-Put 2 or 3 related poems in one hub.
-Pick hub names that are descriptive of the poems to attract search traffic (Poem about lost love, Poetry about breakfaster etc)
-Put a link on your profile to your second account with a note that your poetry has moved.
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