I've got a hub which is only about 250 words at the moment but after reading a lot on the forum, I've decided to really focus on quality rather than quantity and this is one of my current hubs that I want to develop.
I've now got quite a lot of research material and I can see this becoming a VERY long hub. I know if it was a website I;d split it into categories and wonder if I should do this with a hub.
for eg ... if it was about the write fred hub
would it be better to have one hub covering everything about him or would it be better to have say 4 hubs .. one for his life, one for his novels, one for his poems etc etc ...
Which do you think would be the most effective?
by Gordon Hamilton5 years ago
I have tried the learning centre for this and if it is covered there and I have missed it, I apologise.I know that ideally we should create a number of Hubs around a topic when we think this might be a problem but in...
by Dani Alicia7 months ago
Hello Hubbers! I was wondering if there is a recommended maximum length for a hub? I started writing one, and then realized that I have enough information to write a book. So I decided to break the info into eight parts...
by hospitalera6 years ago
Quick question, I searched a bit around and couldn't find the information if there is an upper limit to the word count for a hub. Can I publish, let's say, also a 25,000 words hub? Not asking for advice if that is a...
by Nelle Hoxie6 years ago
I've spent the last few months experimenting with different hub lengths and layouts on sales hubs and trying to be rigorous about it. It's impossible to do this in a completely statistically valid model with this...
by Don W7 years ago
Hi, still new, still learning. Quick question.Is there a rule of thumb for an ideal hub length or for splitting a hub into two seperate parts?
by vicki simms6 years ago
I know of an employee who has been suspended for over 5 months now for something that the company have no evidence for and the employee is not in the wrong, any advice????
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