Is it better to update a hub prevoully written on a subject or write a new one?
I have a hub that I've written called the Quest for the spirt of the Muse and I wanted to know if I should write a part two or just update this article?
Well it depends only on you, my suggestion is to create another one, and link them both for example on your first hub at the end put a link to part 2 of the hub...
I would like to suggest that you write another one... it may help you in many ways. Like, increasing the readers' interest, probability for more clicks(thats right), more exposure to hubpage algorith and so on...
So, go on write another one....
AJ and Lester thank you!! I just did that rewrote one of my nursing hubs with a different twist...that was cool and I have seen so much success with wannabewestern and habee and others that take like one theme and write and rewrite and make it fresher...it really works!!!
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