I was thinking of posting a series of articles, and I was considering having a similar title in each. I was curious if this was an unacceptable practice. Let me give you an example to clarify.
The first one I wrote was titled like this:
Healing Herbs: Alfalfa
If the next one was titled:
Healing Herbs: Ginger
would the two articles be considered too similar? The content, of course, will be different for each, I just don't want to accidentally overstep my bounds with the titling.
Thank you guys in advance! :-)
Nothing to fear in fact I think you will build your own niche... following the same format could make it boring or cause it to trip filter.. so making them different in many ways would help you IMHO.
Excellent! Thank you guys for your help.
I know it could definitely get boring, WryLilt, so I'll probably spice it up a bit and write about... I don't know... latch hooking every now and then. Haha!
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