There is the idea going around that hubs need to be around 1,000 words or more to be approved by Google, at least I have come across this opinion but they didn't used to need to be so long. Anyway, I had the realisation earlier that if any of us do this for 30 days for the 30-day Challenge that in the same time and with the same amount of work we could have finished writing a short book!
Then I got to thinking about who we are working for if we do this and the answer is Google and HubPages, and in third place ourselves, in the hopes of somehow making money! Your thoughts on this please!
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