Is it OK to answer ONE request more than once? Can this be done?
Suppose I want to answer a request "Ten Favourite Books". Can I write a hub about "My top 10 favourite Novels", and then a hub about "My top 10 favourite INDIAN Novels".
I will appreciate your guidance.
As far as I know you can. embitca answered one of my requests with no less than three, in fact.
There is no reason not to. You see it most common on a lot of the Hub mob topics. They are fairly general and answer the request with a wide range of topics. Such as when spring was the topic you could have written about spring cleaning, planting a spring garden, or getting out and enjoying spring. Plus there were countless other things you could have thought of!
Hi KerryG, Compu-Smart, Aidenofthetower,
Thanks a lot for your suggestions. Now I understand better.
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