Writing a short story on HubPages Is it a good idea in order to build suspense. To write the hub in
5 sections. Publish 1 section, then the following week depending on the comments and such. Publishing section 2. Then the next week 3 and so on. I am not sure how it would work out. My question is, would this be a good idea, or a bad idea. I might do it with my latest work entitled "The Antichrist The Coming Days" However this would be in 7 sections. I am not sure weather I would make entirely new hubs, or just further edit the original. I would love some advice on this please. This is my most radical work to date. It is really controversial already within my family. Has this been done?
It will probably work if you have enough people following you. It will probably not work to get you traffic because the search engines may not pick up each piece of the story as a continuation of the whole story. Best of luck.
Okay I heard that people do, do this sort of thing. Everyone I hear from enjoys my articles here on hubpages. I moved into politics as of late, which was perhaps a bad idea. lol. Thanks vandelay. I am still figuring out what to do hear. I was going to publish this as a book, however I can make a great hub out of it. Thanks again.
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