Hi, what do you mean by writing more hubs?
Does that mean we write more articles on the same topic of hub or we write a new hub on the same account?
Hope you understand my question.
You can write more hubs on anything you want and all on one account...for best results try and write hubpage article sets on a similar topic, so for instance "sewing" could be written on many relevant topics such as "what needles to use", "effective needlework designs" and "cotton threads", article sets work best as you can link them up and drive more traffic to them.
hope that answered your question!
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