I'm trying to create a hub. But a red text comes up telling me the article is to short for outgoing links. I removed the links but it doesn't seem to make any difference, Hub Pages still refuses to publish it.
I believe my website has some quality content and I would like to get a link to it through Hub Pages. I am promoting one book that sells for about $12.00 and that's it. It's not a mega-money promotion machine, just a simple opinion blog and all the content is original. Can you give me some advice as to what I am doing wrong.
HubPages is set-up to really downplay the content builder who is just trying to build landing pages for their site. In fact, that's one of HubPages' definitions of spam.
Stop trying to do that and try building a hub with a mix of quality content that's a great resource for everyone and you should do fine.
by kmackey32 8 years ago
Whats the average word count on your hubs?
by Jessica J Lockhart 5 months ago
Dear all, HubPages is telling me that my article is too short. Its 950 words and many of my previously published articles were that long or shorter. Any ideas?
by Sherri 7 years ago
Unfortunately, I can't seem to duplicate this experience. But a little while ago I started to write a comment to a Hub and got that warning (in red) before I was done with my comment. Am I hallucinating?
by bankscottage 6 years ago
How long of a Hub is too long?Hubbers are encouraged to write quality Hubs that are not too short. Can a Hub be too long? How long is too long? I think anything under 500 words would be too short. 800-1500 would be good. Sometimes I get a little chatty and hit 2,000...
by Krystal 5 years ago
Do you think a hub can be too long?
by TheOnlineBlogger 7 years ago
Hi, hubbersI've joined the site 6 days ago and already posted 8 hubs till now. I would like to know if it is a right start!Here are my hubs:(1)How to use RSS to make money online?http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-use-RSS- … ney-online(2)How to use Google Reader to manage RSS...
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