If by 'page' you mean 'hub' . My answer would be yes but if you mean can a 'hub' have more than one 'page' the answer is no.
However what you can do is publish more that one 'hub' on the topic and 'link' them together to make them appear like 'linked' pages'.
You can have several related hubs that are linked together. The best thing to do is to make them related articles that can be read, mostly, in any order. That way, you can direct a reader to any of the other articles. You don't know how people arrive at your hubs. They may be interested in only a few things, not in everything that you have to say.
by Sleepylog2 years ago
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by LindaSmith13 years ago
I took a hiatus for awhile from Hub Pages! However, in the past week or so, I have added new hubs participated in forums, asked a question or two, participated with the Hub Hopper, have read some Hubs, yet my...
by Travis Wakeman3 years ago
In terms of philosophy or theology something like this:X is a mistaken position for reasons A,B,C. This Hub is an example of that position, lets do a point by point dissection of it (while not infringing on copyright)...
by donotfear4 years ago
I have several articles written under another hub name. They focus on the same topics, just different issues that are all related. They get some traffic and the comments I get are pretty good. People ask me...
by psycheskinner2 years ago
I used to have little trouble keeping everything featured but now defeaturing for traffic is happening a lot more. It makes me wonder if the bar has been lifted?
by Faith Reaper4 years ago
Should I leave an unpublished hub unpublished if the score remains high?I unpublished a hub as I was not happy with it myself, but the score continues to remain high. I never intend to publish it in the future,...
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