How long can a hub be?
I have an idea that will be very lengthy; should I break it up; or just write one long hub (which is what I would prefer). Thanks.
I would prefer one long hub.Why? Because i have a hub make a **** and there is 969 words in that hub and when i google make a **** it is on the first page and i haven´t gave my hub any backlinks..
The hub you present, can be as long as you wish it to be. It all depend on your preference.
Depending on the complexity of your topic, one big hub may be challenging for your audience to digest. It might work better as chapters. That said, there's nothing that prohibits you from writing it as a large work and then sectioning it as you deem appropriate. It worked for JRR Tolkien.
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