It is up to you. However, your author score will improve and your profile page will look more complete if you publish 6 or more hubs.
It depends on why you want to write on HubPages. If you are writing to possibly generate earnings, you will want to make more than one hub as increasing your hubber score as well as having multiple articles will generate more traffic. If you are here to simply write and share, you can have one hub, but make it easy for people to read and not a long thread like a blog.
Yes you do. We love writing that is why we came here in Hubpages. We also like to earn revenue. More hubs means more chances to earn. You can write as many quality articles as you like at your own pace and at your own time.
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