Is it better to keep on writing indiscreinately without selecting the topic of your hub carefully
writing hubs only once in a while choosing a good topic everytime.
This boils down to: should i care about quality or quantity?
I am talking in terms of benefits: hubscore, advertisement money.
In the end you'll find people who swear by either concept and have managed to make it work for them to their sastisfaction.
I happen to be a quality over quantity person, which doesn't mean I won't ever have a large amount of Hubs. It just means that I tend to build more slowly than most people who are shooting for quantity.
Pick one and give it a go for a while. If you're not happy with the results, then try the other.
I think It's your choice what your subjects are about but it is always good to have just one area of topic......with regards to quality or quantity i would not choose from the two but choose quality and quantity which ever road you intend to go down.
I dont know if you will ever get a definitive answer because of the many possiblities involved but im sure someone will elaborate on this regarding search engine, hubscore or long term financial results.
My hubscore is lower than yours right now, but that not withstanding I can tell you what I enjoy reading. I don't like to arrive at a hub and see that it is one paragraph long, full of typos and with no photos, written in poor English and with no diagrams or other extras.
So I would go for quantity and quality as someone else already mentioned. That said, I have only 2 hubs so far and both are long and detailed. Maybe my hubscores will improve once I have more hubs. Only time will tell.
Please let us know your conclusions.
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