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How do you balance your time writing new hubs and revising old ones?


Do you think you should spend more time improving hubs or writing new hubs? Or if you have found a good balance, what is it?

 

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Grace Marguerite Williams (gmwilliams) says

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    Brittany B (Sadie14) 4 years ago

    I don't have that many yet. As many new ideas as I have I'm trying to place importance on where to spend my time. A lot of my first hubs definitely need some work!

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    charlie (celafoe) 4 years ago

    I didnt know it was ok to link your hubs together. The articles i write never change, but on rare occasion I may add a little to make it easier to understand or emphasize a point. I will add links , thanks