I read something recently about quality and am interested to see how you would define quality.
Quality has 2 types as according to whats the Aim of HUB
1) Literal meaning of Quality is applied to all those hubs which really bind the reader to it and readers don't leave commenting compliments about it
They are Well Spot on Topic for interest,
Well Formatted for appropriate reading, etc etc
This Type of QUALITY hub's aim is to Fetch Readers & Fans and mainly an outcome of a passion of writing.
2)2nd type of Quality Hub is one which is an outcome of more of "Money making" objective/habit
These hubs can have quite same features as the other type but they have some other features which are more oriented towards SEO ,keywords, High Click through rate.
All Type 1 hubs cant have features of Type 2 Hubs
& Vice Versa
But Some Hub authors Are an Exception
I define quality as worth my time or in other words the time that i spent reading, watching, participating, in such action I feel like I received value and it added to my day rather than stole my minutes.
Unaquainted, as I am to practising what I preach, I presume you are speaking of, quality Hubs.
I would imagine, exceptional content in terms, of Concept, photography and videos, relating to the content. Interesting material, with absolutely no mistakes, thats quality.
I would hasten to add, I don't necessarily think Hubs need to be long-winded to be of exceptional quality, just make their point.
I think quality can be different things, but I tend to think of it as "substance presented with good writing skill". It can be relatively brief or long, and pictures and other things can add to that "substance", but I don't pictures and other "add-ons" as the measure of "quality" either. Quality is one of those things that is difficult to define but that you recognize when you see it.
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