In terms of word count?
Mine is 2474. That particular hub needs to be broken up into at least two hubs, though.
I throw on some science fiction short stories that are quite long. My latest Apartment 1A is longer than most hubs.
I think this is my longest (without checking word count).
http://hubpages.com/hub/Prince-Charming … xperiences
It's easy to tell - in a hub, click on "stats" then "hub metrics" and it tells you the word count.
I have quite a lot of long ones, over 2,000 words:
Henry VIII and his 6 wives - 4708 (longest)
Bringing in the May - 2397
The Sinking of the Lusitania - 2871
Operation Sealion - 3172
Katherine Swynford - 3041
Living through the Blitz - 4067
Renewable Energy - 2734
English places associated with the Knights Templar - 3099
Knights Templar in London - 2301
Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan - 2200
London secular buildings - 2887
London's Churches and Cathedals - 3024
To tell you the truth I don't know. And I am too lazy to go and check every single one of them
Well, I had 6 wives to get through!
It gets good, consistant traffic from google.com and google.co.uk, about 60 - 70 page views a day from those two, average time on the page 6 mins. And good clicks, too, it's my second highest earner of all my hubs.
Misha is a lazy sod - all he wants is passive income
Mine is 3279
If it gets too long, I split it in two parts. So it doesn't get too boring. I guess its the movie director in me that always wants to do the sequel thing. I don't take it too seriously, though. Just go with it, its all fun.
by Kate Swanson 9 years ago
On another thread, a Hubber suggested that if HubPages had a minimum word count, it would prevent some spammers.I know that a very low word count can get a Hub flagged as substandard, but perhaps it's set too low at the moment?
by Lois Ryan 5 years ago
My goal is to write 50,000 words for the month of MarchI am setting this goal so I can get back into the swing of things because it has been a while since I have submitted anything to Hub Pages. This is how I will attempt to do this:Submitting new hubs. I am finishing up my...
by Roohi Khan 10 years ago
I am new here and just joined a few days back. I was wondering if there is a minimum or maximum word count limit on hub pages. I also wanted to know what these â��insert custom characterâ��, superscript and subscript links in the text capsule mean?I hope someone out there can help me....
by Brian Slater 9 years ago
I know that the length of a good hub should between 800-1400 words, but where does it tell you how many words you have written?
by Phyllis Doyle Burns 5 years ago
What happened to my little blue tip box I have become so attached to? I let me know how many words I had, if an image was not clear enough, and let me know when my hub was presentable and ready to publish.
by Heidi Thorne 2 years ago
I love the new cleaner hub creation interface! But I noticed that the Word Count is missing (or maybe I just don't know where to look for it). That was a helpful feature. Is that coming back?
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