After having one of my articles selected Hub of the Day, I've received all this attention and very nice words of congratulations. (Thanks!)
Now, more than ever, I don't want to violate any Hub rules/policy. I posted a Hub 2 days ago in "This Day In History" for an event that happened on July 1, 1923- the creation of the first radio network. I planned to leave it in "This Day in History" topic through the 4th of July and then move it in the "Twentieth Century History" topic.
Is that OK?
It's a good idea to select the most appropriate Topic from the get-go (otherwise in extreme cases you risk having your Hub moderated as miscategorized), but yes, you are certainly allowed to change its Topic if/when you find one you think is more appropriate.
P.S. Congrats on your Hub of the Day!
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