Does anyone else have an interest in collaborative hub posting? I know this isn't an option currently, but I thought if maybe enough people showed interest that hubpages may create an option for hubbers to create hubs with other writers. I think it would not only be fun, but also add another element to the site. What do you guys think of this idea? There are so many great writers on here and would be great to be able to work together!
I've heard of a few of the big-name hubbers doing things like this before.
They would do it by writing a two-part hub together, one would post part one, the other would post part two. In the hub it would be explained that it was a co-op and include a link to the other part. Pretty cool, and a good way to share views/followers.
It would be interesting. I like tehgyb's idea about how it can be done. Another idea is communicate with the other person through emails and hash out the main ideas. One could write part of the hub and someone the other. Or one could write the entire hub the second person reads it and adds or deletes, and it goes back and forth until both are satisfied. If you do several hubs, you post the first hub, they post the second, and so on.
Those are great ideas! Im glad others are into the idea! I hope this thread can keep going so maybe we can see something come out of it!
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