Does having more pictures within a hub lessen the hubs value in the eyes of google?
A big NO U see you have the option to add a tagline to you images, plus if you name your images correctly, example:
redflower.jpg instead of DSC66452.jpg they will also be picked up by google, so by using your keywords on your images makes more of exposure for your Hubs
More on image optimization here: http://hubpages.com/hub/5-Step-On-Page- … SEO-Basics
It's not just Google. Whilst I don't disagree with Zarko, I would like to impress that if a hub is only of interest to Google and no-one likes it enough to read it, then it's likely that the adverts won't get clicked as much as they would if readers did. I may be wrong here, but if you can't get the reader's interest, why would they click on the adverts?
Plain text hubs tend, in my opinion, to be less interesting to readers than those with some form of illustrative content to augment the text.
As Zarko said, adding a topical caption - which may also include keywords - to each of the pictures you add to the hub, will only help as far as Google is concerned.
No , not at all, not only do they add value to the material and make it more interesting to the reader, the also serve as other means of catching of Google's attention..
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