I have written several articles for my own 'late' website. The articles are biographic concerning several important musicians. My #1 hub page contains reviews of albums. I am considering a #2 site. This would include, within that site, my articles which which run approximately from 2 to 8000 words, Is that too much for the system? The articles belong to me. If I can be assured that is OK I can start editing them to bring them uptodate.
There is no upper word limit. The only problem, technically, would be a very large amount of images, videos etc., which may not load properly and become difficult to edit. Most people would break such a large text up into several inter-linked hubs, but that is not required.
You don't want to duplicate content posted elsewhere on the Internet.
My website does not exist now, but the information is still relevant and of interest. No videos, no photos planned! I appreciate the 'breaking up of the articles, that makes sense. I would envisage each segment within the new hub, as being relatively small and handleable.
My chosen subject gets little publicity in the press on TV and radio. This being so collectors appreciate all the help they can get from wherever. Already I am getting very positive feedback.
I am already getting a lot of positive feedback from collectors and kindred spirits so, what I am doing is being appreciated. This marvellous facility you have is serving me and my colleagues well.
A lot of text in a hub can be intimidating for readers. Breaking up all that text with photos or videos that are relevant to what you are writing can help keep readers interested all the way through. Most people reading on the internet are not going to want to stick with 8000 words all at once. I would definitely suggest breaking those up and interlinking as WE said. You can always test one out and see what kind of response/traffic you get with the really long one and then break it up and try that way too.
If you can find some examples around the site of content rich articles that were seperated into more than one hub, that might help.
Thank you, stuff to think about as well as trying to work out the obscure point made by one responder.
I never read more that 450 - 600 words of an article, but that just me....
No offense but I would not read an 8,000 hub. I prefer hubs from 500 to 2000 words max.
In the UK it's:
Parcel Size limit: 1.5m and length/girth combined 3m
Weight: up to 20kg (Royal Mail) or 30kg (Parcelforce Worldwide)
Hope that helps
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