Do you find that your hubs do better with more breaks or fewer?
For example, do you only allow a a paragraph or two per picture, affiliate capsule, or whatever?
Or do you have several paragraphs per picture, where there is a good sized block of text before the next picture (or whatever) positioned on the right side?
I hope that made since... ?
It depends how long my hub is and the topic but I prefer the latter; having several paragraphs per picture.
I usually just add one picture to my hubs, but then again I also put like 6-10 Amazon products next to the text. I usually leave the text long unless it is a information hub that needs lots of pictures. I guess I am saying that it depends for me.
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