I want to write a series of articles on something completely different than I have done previously - these articles will be related specifically to the UK, current events and economic conditions.
1. Open a new hubpages account for the new topic?
2. Use my existing account?
3. Publish somewhere else other than Hubpages? If so where?
Or possibly 2., but you would need to do some research to determine that.
Personally, I would make a different account if you're going to be writing all in one specific niche.
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