I've just been reading about this on another thread and am wondering about some of my hubs. I would appreciate some thoughts
I have a few hubs which begin: 'Shakespeare's Hamlet ...' and, also, the beginnings of a series on English grammar which begin 'English Language:...'
Do you think that these might be penalised?
Furthermore, I have a series of hubs, currently unpublished, with very similar titles, because they are all on the same subject ~ religious apparitions in medieval Spain. They were chapters in a research piece that I did at university. If I can't use the same title, or "part 1, part 2" / Chapter 1, Chapter 2", how can I publish this work, making it clear that each hub is a section of a larger work? It is much too long for one hub.
Thanks in advance!
Why not just make the titles specific to the hub topic and then explain in the introductory section that they are part of a series of Hubs?
When I write Hubs that are related or connected, I've always made the titles as differentiated as possible, and they seem to perform really well that way.
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