Hi, 2 1/2 weeks in and enjoying every minute on HubPages. Enthused by writing so much that I have neglected hitting the forums to see the other Hubbers. Such a huge array of articles it is difficult to know if a subject has been fully covered. I have created a Hub which started out as a repository for my excess ideas for Hubs - basically an archive. I used the opportunity to answer an old Hub question "What can I write about?" What I need to know is this article too cumbersome and should I break it down into sub-hubs for ease of use.
To be honest, I don't think anyone is going to read this. It is totally out of proportion, also consider what kind of audience you are likely to have. You have got to break it into several smaller pieces, then link them together.
Wow that is one incredible hub, Just skim reading is enough to get the old brain cells working again. I guess anyone who gets stuck or needs inspiration should be pointed to this hub. If you can’t find something to write about after reading this it’s time to give up.
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