Are Two Hubs better than One?
Is it better to have 2 separate profiles running parallel with each other? I realise this requires more work but surely this will increase traffic. At present my profile is like a deserted city at 3am. Literally no traffic. And if anyone would like to contribute or have me contribute on their hub then please let me know. I have nver been a guest on a hub as of yet and wonder how this works also. Thanks.
It usually works really well to write more than one hub on a subject, maybe covering slightly different topics within that greater subject. Be sure to link them together as well.
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