How many words should an ideal hub be? Since I write on heath topics and healthy foods, I tend to write between 1500 to 2000 words on an average. I also incorporate 2-3 videos and 5-7 photos in the hub.
When I check the view duration for my hubs it shows 5 stars.
I would be thankful for feedback from more experienced hubbers.
I'm not more experienced but my hubs are all over 1k words and have a good view duration too. I use analytics as I realized one hub with 4 stars has a view duration of 7mins and others with just 2 stars view duration of around 3 mins.
Mine too was alwayz has more than 700 words.I think its more depend on topic, but donot make it too lenghty. user may not like that.
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by Brian Leekley3 years ago
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by Gordon Hamilton5 years ago
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by Don W7 years ago
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