If you add additional content to an existing hub, are your fans alerted to this fact, or , is it better to create a new hub and then link?
Updating your existing hub will not alert your fans, but if the content you add to your hub fits there, do it! Google loves content that is fresh.
You can change Hubpages email settings on your Profile.
Just go to your profile (the my profile link at the top of the page) and click Edit Profile
**Edit - this post was in response to BristolBoy, who may have found his answer while I was typing as his reply to this thread is gone.
Thank you gamergirl , much apppreciated. Is there a way that I can alert them myself through the hubpages?
Oh thanks,didn't think of that, obvious really when you think about it. Cheers
I add/edit existing hubs often. Not only does it improve the quality, it helps with views as well.
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