Do you like to read hubs that are more then 1500 words? What is your preference?
I just tried to read some real long ones and .....
Yes, sure, I like long interesting hubs with a lot of quality content! I do not like hubs with 400-500 words...
Depends on the content, although usually the pages too long may bore me
I would have thought that 1500 words or slightly more is what a hub should be. If the hub is interesting, will complete the read even if it is 2000 words, shorter hubs of between 300 to 500 words may not contain sufficient information or details on the subject title, and sometimes I wished the hubber will write more.
If the content is interesting and informative, it doesn't matter how long it is. If it is helpful or humorous I really enjoy a long one. However, if I'm yawning after the first couple of paragraphs, I move on.
Depends on the subject and the quality of the hub. It shouldn't be too short nor too long. Longer hubs can be sometimes boring and I tend to lose attention while reading them. But, if the hub is really interesting, I will read it from start to the end.
by Shakka James 3 years ago
I see a list of the most successful people on hubpages, who were able to replace the income they made with a 9-5 on hubpages. I want to know the secrets. Can anyone share? I want to know what to do in the simplest instruction.
by forlan 9 years ago
i want ask about maximum text for a hubpages. which is the better a hubs with 6,000 words or ten hubpages with 600 words. thanks for your attention.
by rochelj 7 years ago
Is it better to post one hub that is 1500 words, or 3 hubs that are 500 words?
by Megan Smith 6 years ago
How many words is your most successful hub?
by tapasrecipe 6 years ago
How is it possible to get 1500 followers, when you have written three hubs in total, in four years.
by brandasaur 7 years ago
What is the minimum number of words allowed per hub?
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