Has anybody had several hubs that cover different facets of the same topic and combined them into one big hub? I have several hubs that cover different aspects of turmoil and conflicts in the middle east and I would like to combine them into one big hub that covers all the different aspects from beginning to where we are currently. It would be much like a book with chapters. Having separate hubs, causes readers to read information out of context, especially when it deals with complex cause and effect issues.
I would caution against it. Hubs that are over a certain size might not get the readership you desire. Although gettting information out of context can be a hazard, I would opt more for the "Part 1, Part 2..." format over book-sized hubs. Your hubs are complex but easy to understand. You convey the information in a very readable fashion. I think a max range for quality hubs is between 5000 and 6000 words.
Here's a recent HubPages Newsletter that offers advice on when (and how) to split up a Hub vs. when to create one long Hub. Hopefully it will be of some help!
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