containing 600 to 800 the words on your hub is this enough or affect the number of traffic
I've had articles around that length that get decent traffic. Really has to do with keyphrases and content.
I think it would depend on the content. Are you thoroughly covering the subject?
A hub about how to calculate 1+1 will likely be shorter than one about how to add all numbers.
by Engelis 3 years ago
I have done literally everything I could: I am active on Hubpages, I promote my hubs on twitter or insta or sometimes even tumblr, I have new readers everyday, and new followers every two days as well, I have written new hubs, I get positive comments or thumbs up... I don't know what I am doing...
by Dr. John Anderson 6 years ago
To meet the 'quality' standard to avoid hubs getting sleepy ZZZd just follow these rules:=> A minimum of 1500 words of truly informative, well-written, useful content => A minimum of 5 relevant, high-resolution, properly-attributed photos (ideally your own) => 2 videos (ideally your own)...
by Dr. John Anderson 5 years ago
This issue has been raised many times in the past – but given the 20% drop in traffic it should be rectified urgently (good enough is no longer sufficient (IMO)Links to unrelated pages is something that Panda and Penguin have hit sites for. If an author puts an unrelated link on their page they...
by ProductReviewer 9 years ago
Dear Hubbers,I am writing my first hub and wanted to know which is better? writing a 5000 word Hub on a topic or splitting it into 5 hubs with 1000 words each.thoughts?
by Dedicated Content Curator 3 years ago
I'd have laughed in the face of anybody posting this question. Of course it's not enough. You're idle, that's not good enough. No way. Breaks the rules. Dumb farquer - what ARE you thinking? Go away and write more you moron. All valid responses....? ...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
I am currently revamping and revitalizing my old hubs. So far, I have revamped and updated 174 out of my 345 old hubs. What about you?
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