Do you start and write one hub at a time...not starting one until the current one is done?
Or do you start a bunch of them at once and write a little bit here and there...publishing as they finish up?
I keep writing them even after I publish them. Bad, paradigmsearch! Bad!
I'm a hub at a time hubber - I do have a very long list of topics that I add to when I think of a new idea, and a big pile of newspaper/magazine cuttings though
One at a time! Gotta try and make them as readable as possible, so people will come back again and again
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