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Do you have to start a new hub every time you wanna publish something new?
I'm new to hubpages and I was just wondering if you have to start a new hub if you want to publish more stuff, or if you can put it all on one hub.
No. If you want to add on to your already published hubs just click on edit, add your new content then republish.
Hubs are kinda like articles. You can keep adding info, but you don't want them to be too long. Your readers may not want to read long, continuous hubs.
If you are done with first one yes you start a new hub. If you notice in your profile photo, it is written how many hubs you published. So every time you want to publish a new article, you start a new hub.
Hubs are not blogs. What you're doing is writing an article on one topic. Once you've published your Hub, you can revise it or add more pertinent information to it.
If you want to write about a topic that's different from what's in your current Hub(s), you should publish another Hub.
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