Is it allowed to merge two or three Hubs (articles) into one?
I want to merge 3 articles into one. 2 of my articles are shorter and complement one another and third article. They are shorter than 500 words and even if google indexed them - they don't receive much organic traffic from searches. I want to delete the short hubs and add the text to one bigger article...
Should I get punished?
You own the content so you definitely can do that. Just wait a few days before re publishing so you don't get caught for duplicate content. Good luck!
To follow on from this question, I'd like to know if I can merge two different HubPages accounts into one account because I no longer use the email address for one of them and I only have one email account now. Plus, I need to join my earnings.
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