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Does it make sense to write a hub with just text, then add photos and capsules later?


I've got lots of material I can put together, but don't really have the time to find photos and get permissions, etc., right now, and have a big learning curve to get a real handle on this. Do people build these hubs over time? Are there disadvantages?

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Best Answer Sallie B Middlebrook PhD (drmiddlebrook) says

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    Aldene Fredenburg (AMFredenburg) 4 years ago

    Thank you; and thanks for the info on finding illustrations.


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    Maree Michael Martin (Ruby H Rose) 4 years ago

    Yes, if I don't have some already started, that I come back to and work on, then they just sit in my document folder not getting exposure.

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    Maree Michael Martin (Ruby H Rose) 4 years ago

    I love formatting the hub, with all the pictures, add blocks, quizzes and polls, etc. sometimes more than writing the hub itself. I agree, it doesn't matter if the story isn't any good.

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