I think I heard somewhere that google search engine likes blogs especially because they are updated frequently. Do you think the same apply to hubs? Do you repolish your older hubs every now and then?
Most definitely. No need to re-write the hub but there are some grammatical changes that can be made such as providing more detail on one or more points.
Once the google bot knows you update regularly then it will often visit to see if there are any new content changes.
Absolutely- I try to include a news feed, a RSS feed from a frequently updated blog or an ebay capsule or 2 All these capsules automatically update themselves and keep your hub fresh
Great tip Lissie. Thanks!
I think I better do some reworking now :-)
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