I have 2 related articles, part 1 and part 2. They clearly belong together. Do I publish the one and then do the same thing for the other. OR do I give them their own hub page and link them.
Thanks for your help, Renee
I just published three hubs on painting fiberglass. The first covers the paints and methods for painting, but not a lot of detail on actually applying the paint. The other two cover specific methods for applying paint. Each method has it's own hub.
I'm using the "group" feature to "tie" them together.
If you decide to do two different hubs then someone might arrive at your "part 2" hub first! when they should read "part 1" 1st, so i would place a link at the very bigginning of that hub to point to the "part 1 hub"
If they are less than 600 words each I would put them together.
If they both have enough meat and can stand alone then it could be better to publish them separately, but it really is a choice you can make from an artistic or personal viewpoint. Of course you seem to gain Brownie points the more quality hubs you publish. Just my opinion.
I had the same dilemma yesterday but what I ended up doing was dividing them and writing a few more things to make them longer. I think you should do the same and publish them individually.
I would try to make them separate hubs, but look at the individual hub score allocated to them. It may be in your best interest to combine them in the end to improve the score.
If they're a reasonable length, I'd publish them as separate Hubs. Use the "group" feature to link them, but you could also add a highlighted text box somewhere with a link to the other article.
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