Should a writer continue to edit a Hub or just start a new one?
Obviously grammatical errors should be corrected but should they be updated?
Of course you can edit your hubs anytime. There is no rule againt that. But of course the previous reader won't check your hubs again, because they think they already red them.
I think the writer should concentrate on writing fresh content and leave the previous written articles, @nenytridiana no doubt he can edit it but i think it is time wast to read and edit a hub again and again, in that time you can write a new hub.
Yes, you should continue to edit your hubs. Update them with new information and ideas.
Editing a hub will keep it up to date and encourage more people to come back to it
Continuing to edit a hub will get Google's attention (in a good way) that the hub is constantly being updated. Even if you just make very minor revisions, you should update your hubs from time to time just the sake of Google.
still undecided, but seems like a good idea, although it may spoil the feel to the story, who knows?
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