Well, I read loads of hubs from my fellow hubber but what do you prefer to write tips and steps or facts?
It depends on the subject.
Some subjects are better served by tutorial / step by step guides, whereas others are better served by providing objective facts.
It all comes down to who are you writing for and what points are you trying to get across? If you start with those thoughts in mind, you will create better hubs that your audience cares about.
by Glen8 years ago
I mean other than the fact that they're publishing hubs or posting comments.
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