It would be cool if there was a feature where you and another hubber can share an article or co-write an article.
You can link to another hubber's hub in your articles. You go to the hub you want to link to in yours, click the green 'share' button, copy the tracking info and hyperlink it where you want it.
I know that's not what you mean, but I don't know of any way to do a co-authoring except for it to be posted in a hub belonging to one of you, and you decide to split the profits. Perhaps that can be done by creating an adsense channel for that particular hub so you can track the revenue.
Perhaps one of the long timer's know of something else.
No it was not what I meant, but I will keep this in mind. I meant if you have the same writing style with a hubber and want to add to their article without writing a separate one. You guys came together and decided to create an article together for fun. It would be cool if you could do that, the article would be on both of your pages, you will both get credit, revenues or whatever you get on hubs. It would be the whole fun about co-writing an article. Kind of like when you work for a newspaper, you get an assignment and have to work with others. Not only would it improve your writing style, you will be networking and learning from others. I assume everyone on here is a writer in some way or another.
I had missed this feature, and linked a hubbers site to mine using the regular hyperlink... will go back and change it. Glad you responded with this useful info!
I think at the moment its too complicated for HP and I don't think its there in their near future upgrade list.
It is an ok idea, I mean if you know the hubber you want to make the article with you can both make it and say its just one of you now and split the revenue personally, lots of work tho. This will not happen for a long time the way you want it to because Google Ad sense doesn't have a split feature yet (the normal coding is hard enough to do). If you want this to ever happen you should bring it up to Google and start a poll or sign up or something to show people want this to happen. Best of luck in getting it, its people like you with ideas that drive the future of the internet.
Thanks. I guess I have to get it into my head that this is a revenue driven website. I've been blogging for free for so many years that it's going to take me a while to get used to doing it for money.
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