Hi, I recently started a hub on a topic that ended up being eligible for exclusive status. I claimed the hub title, and then found out that a book I was planning to feature in the hub, central to the topic, is having a new edition published in February. It seems kind of silly to review the current copy of the book and provide a link to it on Amazon when a new book is going to be eligible as of mid-February.
Is it okay to just let this thing sit until I can write an article featuring the new book?
Yep- that's totally fine!
There's a limit to the number of Hubs one can have sitting around in draft form, but there are no rules about how long you can have those sitting unpublished. Take your time.
Thanks! I think I'll wait until the book gets published and provide up-to-date info at that time.
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