Do you ever go back and edit your old hubs? Why or why not?
Yes. I do edit. Some have information that needs to be updated or corrected. Others, I review to see if I missed any grammar errors or if something could be better written. I also check photos, captions, and sources. I will replace a picture if I find something more appropriate.
Thank you leroy64 for your input. As I learn more about SEO or find what Google prefers in its latest algorithm, or as HubPages changes its format, sometimes another tweak or two is necessary.
Yes. Most often it's to update information, add a new photo or in response to a broken link that I need to delete.
Yes. Just like the others said, to update, put a new photo, etc.
Yes I do. Especially the first ones that I did. I do this because I've learned a lot from other hubbers about writing on-line and presentation and so I update hubs that I think need this input. I also edit hubs in case any information needs to be updated or revised.
I feel like I am constantly learning and having to revise something. Now It seems now with Google liking fresher content, I revise more often than I did before.
I have been editing my old hubs as well - to add back links, and tweaking the grammar and readability of the hubs.
I hadn't thought about updating a photo, but I will be on the look out for better photos to add to the hubs.
Ya with some hubs I do as when I read them and realize that some changes are required I do the same....
by Cindy Vine 13 years ago
It doesn't appear in hubtivity, so how do people know that you are putting out an improved hub?
by Kate Swanson 9 years ago
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by Jess B 3 years ago
Hi fellow hubbers! I’m wanting to see what you all do in this case. I’m wanting to improve some of my articles that I have already written. Do you find that it helps their score and traffic when you do edit them? Does it really help or do you think it’s just best sometimes to start over completely...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 11 years ago
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