I have a HUB here that I would like to add some additional content to it, but it would be way too long. My question is if I break the Hub into 3 parts would you call the additional 2 by the same name and just add part 2 and 3 respectively. It's a travel guide, so I'm not sure how to handle the names since the subject is basically the same. Thank you in advance.
Without knowing, I would say go with Part I and Part II. Otherwise, I would suggest the hubs each take a separate view of the location, such as: hotels/hostels/accommodations, food/restaurants/beverages, historical/memorable/beautiful-wise. Hope this helps.
I have one long story like that and I employed the Part I & Part II strategy, but kept the title the same, “The Santa Suit Part I and the Santa Suit Part II”.
Then I initially linked them together at bottom of the page. Both pages were indexed on Google but often Part II was listed first and was getting more hits, so I also added a link at the top of the page of Part II (click here to Start with Part I).
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