Is it okay to create 2 hubs with similar information if they are presented differently?
Is it okay to create 2 hubs with similar information if they are presented differently? One more formal and the other 'fun', for instance?
What about when describing how to treat different specific conditions using one technique, a different hub for each condition but the only real difference the SEO terms? (I'm thinking of tailoring allergy information to different allergies, although the basic info is the same) I can't decide if it's stepping on toes if I'm repeating my own content to different audiences.
I would think it would be okay after all the hubs are not identical. Many writers who have a particular niche are continually writing about the same overall topic but from different angles and viewpoints. As long as the articles are not identical then I don't see any problem with this. Good luck!
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