Hi, I would just like to ask. Supposing you have hubs with the same title but different content, does that bring us into "trouble" or something?
Here's a hub I wrote-- ARE YOU MY MISSING PIECE?
And this guy Ananta65 wrote a hub to answer the reflections in his hub with the same title--ARE YOU MY MISSING PIECE?
It's great that he answered the questions listed in my hub and actually came up with a hub about it. But our titles are the same. Is this ok? Advantage? Disadvantage? Just want to clarify. Thanks.
I am glad you asked the question?
I have been putting some information on a hub and asking several Hubbers to give me 300 words on the topic. Hard drive went down and the computer was out of action. Received a new hard drive free. Could not recover the information. Now another Hubber has used the same title. I have wondered myself if I can use that title now?
The title is not same in the eyes of computers. It is separated by dashes. I think it can go.http
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Jyoti, it is not only about how computers see the hubs but also you have to think on how the fellow hubbers and visitors see the hubs. I guess the major differences will be the thumbnails and summary of the both hubs when they are listed in hot, best sections.
Mr. M, nobody has answered us yet. hehe I have to change now for work, so will have to check back later.
Michelle, I don't think there are any difficulties from search engines point of view.
You are welcome Michelle
Yes, I think it's OK to have identical titles, and you don't need to poke the other guy
Misha, how could you think of me poking??? Anyhow, I got back and got a surprise. In the Doghouse ( Diana) actually noticed what happened and ever so kindly asked him to change or add the title to avoid confusion. And he has added a few words so now it's not the same anymore. Yay!
Thanks In the Doghouse, Diana, my friend. Thank you.
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