What is an appropriate amount of media to use for when creating a new Hub? I am in the process of creating a couple new hubs and have included a picture, a youtube video and external links for extra reading. How i have also used around 500-750 words in text and a table that reflects certain achievements of the subject of my Hub. I added a small Poll which was just a three question Yes or No. Is this too much? Is this an acceptable amount? Am i convoluting the page or increasing its efficiency and effectiveness? Any advice regarding the right amount of media presence would be really helpful! Thank you in advance to anyone who answers!
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