There is the idea going around that hubs need to be around 1,000 words or more to be approved by Google, at least I have come across this opinion but they didn't used to need to be so long. Anyway, I had the realisation earlier that if any of us do this for 30 days for the 30-day Challenge that in the same time and with the same amount of work we could have finished writing a short book!
Then I got to thinking about who we are working for if we do this and the answer is Google and HubPages, and in third place ourselves, in the hopes of somehow making money! Your thoughts on this please!
by Tealparadise3 years ago
Anyone else taking an alternative to NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) this year?I find each year that by 20 days in I really dislike the direction of my novel and want to change something key, but don't have the...
by Dean Walsh3 years ago
I'm working on a hub providing a beginners guide to programming languages and its getting quite long - I'm definitely going to hit 2000 words with it and will probably go up to 2500 unless I really make an effort to...
by Robert Lodge3 years ago
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by Eric Seidel2 years ago
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by Shauna2 years ago
I have some amazing pictures that were just converted from old slides to digital, and they tell a story about a native African tribe that my parents visited in the 70s. Is 5000 words too much? And what about pictures? I...
by seanorjohn4 months ago
They don't have to start with the same letter but maybe give it a try. Logical lugubrious lost.
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