Should I move my content that has 0 views elsewhere? Some are a year old, and most have a 80 or higher hubscore. Any advice would be much appreciated.
If they are a year old they already have some credibility...why would you want to lose it by shifting them out.. why not do some fresh keywords research and tweak those hubs... try them for a while , if they bring no traffic at all then do with they as you please..If I were you I would write a couple of related articles else where and link them up...bookmark them or do whatever to make them pay...this is just my thinking though..
Hope you get some more tech savvy ideas
1) Edit them with better keywords (3-5 keywords) in capsule titles AND capsule text. Don't overload the hubs. Use each keyword in only one capsule title and just once in text, maybe use it twice for the best keyword.Make sure you pick a good keyword to put in the first sentence of the intro capsule.
2) Create a few new backlinks.
3) Edit tags to have a mix of popular and unpopular (but still used) tags.
4) Wait a few weeks for google to recrawl the hubs and hopefully it ranks the hubs better and there's a rise in search traffic.
I have been thinking of changing titles that I'm sorry I used. The keywords are getting me nowhere even though content is good.
Try doing keywored research for the title of the hub. You could add videos or update videos in your hub if neccessary.
You should try a little bit of SEO work, like doing social bookmarking to create backlinks.
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