Should you have a dedicated Google Plus for your hub page? This is the only site I have now, but lets say I start a blog or something down the road, would it need a separate account. How would it look to Google to have various blogs linked to one Google Plus account?
I have a dedicated page for "Cagsil-Citizens Attain Greater Satisfaction In Life", so I can use it along with my own personal Google Plus account. I do get some traffic using Google Plus, but nothing that is major.
If you start a blog, then you are going to have a separate site, but you could end up using your Google information to start a blog, depending on where you blog. HubPages isn't a blogging site, which I am pretty sure you're already aware of.
I don't know what Google thinks of my blogs or my using Google Plus to link to. Then again, I also don't care what Google thinks. I only care about readers.
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