Is Editing and revising a published hub is better?
Is it helps to increase hub-score or page-impression for a published hub to be revised, edited and republished?
From what I have read in the learning center, They recommend editing and revising.
I agree with MsLofton. My hubs don't have much beyond the text of the article, but most of them are "featured" (the white H in the black circle). Proofed and polished text seems to count for a considerable amount of the hubscore (which makes me, as an editor by trade, very happy).
by Melissa Reese Etheridge3 years ago
How long do you spend researching, drafting, revising, and editing a Hub?
by LadyMar6 years ago
I published my first hub yesterday, unfortunately I realized that I had made an error, instead of 50 in the title, it should have been 40. How do I revise a hub title and text that has already been published or...
by Cindy Murdoch6 years ago
.... are doing subsequent editing?
by Ellen Brundige3 years ago
I've got the "Overly Promotional" red skull of doom on my top trafficked hub.Naturally it was the first one I edited. The affiliate links and "overly promotional" warnings at the top of the hub went...
by Beth1003 years ago
When you publish a hub, it is normally listed under hub activity and a notification is sent via email to all interested parties. Now, when you unpublish that hub, finish re-editing and then republish it (keeping...
by Amr El Nawawy4 years ago
In fact, I wonder. I was a hub which titled "Losing Weight Phases" http://amrelnawawy.hubpages.com/hub/Los … ght-Phasesand it was featured before. But I had a problem with its URL, it wasn't SEO...
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