I have just written my second hub only to find that someone else has written on the same subject. The two hubs would have the same topic but not the same content, except for an historical reference. Is this OK in the hubbing community?
It is O.K. and have fun with it, creative minds always think differently when it comes to similiar or same subjects.
Great minds think alike, but creative minds have different ways of expressing it!
It is fine. When I find when this happens, I put a link to the other's hubbers page on mine. Different takes on the same topic is a good thing.
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