Do you prefer long, flagship-type hubs, or shorter ones that cover the basics and stop.
I like them all if they are interesting. Some Hubs are kind of hard to read because they are really long, without breaks. A few were so long I got lost and gave up. Overall, There are some REALLY awesome writers here!!
For "How to" type hubs- concise is best. Bullet points help.
It depends on what the topic is, and how much it takes to fully explain it, or fully get a point across. Also, keep in mind the author tries to become an authority for the topic in Google for higher pageranks. This process allows flagship or longer hubs to become the most knowledgeable to the human eye.
I get a little disappointed if a Hub is too short, especially if the Title of the Hub has really got my attention. But the most important thing about a Hub to me is not the length, but that it contains accurate information, especially about medical topics.
by YvetteParker6 years ago
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by .josh.6 years ago
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by Don W8 years ago
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