When one has a lot of information within thier hub is it ok to leave more than one comments capsule blank for visitors?
I suppose you could, but don't see the reasoning. Visitor's comments don't fill up a capsule, you know.
Generally, comments are given after the reader has completed reading the entire hub. Based on this, one capsule should suffice.
If the hub is long with a lot of detailed information, consider splitting the hub into a series, such as Part 1, 2 etc. Perhaps you could split the hub where you would like to put the extra comment capsule. By doing this, you will accomplish the following:
1. Shorter hub with detailed info that does not lose the reader's attention span;
2. Provision of a capsule that provides feedback for you where you want it;
3. Increases your visibility with more hubs.
One other thing, the comments capsule hold an infinite amount of comments that are left by your readers. If you are worried that one comment capsule cannot contain all the comments you are expecting, then I believe you have nothing to worry about. Some of hubbers have more 200 comments in one capsule for one hub.
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