Is it frowned upon to update a published hub? Sometimes, I feel an explanation can be better worded or I just want to add a little more to the hub.
Absolutely not! In fact, we encourage it:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Upda … se-traffic
Updating my hubs or articles elsewhere has always improved my traffic and most certainly agree with Jason!
Brilliant. Thanks for the replies.
Besides, it'd do my OCD head in to see something that I think could be improved. :-D
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