I'm brand new to this, but why do people have so many Hubs? Do you not keep posting on one? Is each post supposed to be on a different Hub?
Hubs are like individual articles, not frequently updated, unlike blogs. Hubbers write many hubs because each hub can attract an audience over time, and perhaps also generate revenue. To keep on adding to a hub regularly makes little sense, as your visitors will not come back to notice.
You can link your related hubs together and/or use the groups feature to connect them, if you wish.
Welcome to HubPages, and good luck!
hello and welcome. you can write as many as you want on different topics. I suggest you visit the learning center at the bottom of the screen and it will show you how HP works. enjoy!
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