I would like to know if writing a blog on blogger on any topic and with the link tool available in the tool box on blogger, can I link to the hub written by me on the same topic but with a different title and subject matter, is allowed, both by Hubpages & Google?
Yes that is allowed if it is relevant to your topic. Blogger blogs are great to write on a broader topic and then link to your best content that is also on topic. And as Google owns Blogger you can get your content indexed quite quickly on blogger if you do it regularly.
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