Have you used the share feature so that someone can revise and make corrections to your content? I thought that would be great to be able to get your article revised then if the person has an article that matches that subject can back-link to the article. Is that possible? If so would anyone be interested in doing that?
I use Google docs to write and store my hubs of late.. Yes I do share them with others if I want them to read or edit it before publishing.. I do not know about back linking on G docs though.. but I find it excellent as the internet connection is not so great and Gdocs saves automatically and I dont have to loose info
It is possible, and I use this all the time. You can set sharing option to "anyone with the link," then send the link to someone with whom you would like to share the document. You can decide whether they should be able to read only or also have the right to edit.
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