I do it when I notice that it has been a few months, or when I noticed that I am not getting the traffic that I want, I go back over it and try to think of things I missed or things that could make it better and draw people in and keep them there a little longer.
A hub should be updated weekly to bring up a better well published hub for future.
Either when you have something new to add, or you see that your number of weekly hits has started to decline sharply. Many blogs retain their traffic even if the author is no longer posting, but they usually have a huge back index of posts that are still getting search traffic.
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