What is the ideal length for a successful hub? Any input would be greatly appreciated by this newbie.
On the average, a successful hub probably has somewhere between 500 and 5000 words, although there are some that are shorter and some that are longer.
In other words, every hubber here will give you a different answer. Personally, I like to see mine come in between 1000 and 2000 words, although I've got a few shorter and a handful longer. Topic certainly makes a difference as well.
by SocialNiche6 years ago
Any advice, criticism, tips would be greatly appreciated.
by David 4705 years ago
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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 Kelly Kline Burnett5 years ago
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by jackcoburn4 years ago
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