Is this a good idea for a hub?
I am currently working on a spider-man comic book hub. It includes the first 100 covers and stories of spider-man. I have been working on this every day, posting short reviews for each comic from 1-100. I want to make sure this won't be overwhelming. Do you think this hub will be worth my time or should i stop before I waste several hours on it?
That seems like it would be really long... I don't think you should throw away the entire project but maybe you could break it into a few different parts. Maybe do 25 reviews per hub or something like that. Seems like a pretty good idea overall, though.
you might want to check the copyright status of those covers - 1 or 2 images might be considered 'fair use', but 100 seems excessive
if you do go ahead, you can add an ebay capsule to current auctions
by Sondra Rochelle 20 months ago
I have thought for some time that it would be a good idea to place edited hubs back on the feed. If they are going to be judged again, why not let them be seen again in their updated forms? This would give people more opportunities to get views (and maybe referral to social media)...
by finetutor 8 years ago
Hello.i am new to hub pages.i am an expert of making photoshop and flash video and text tutorials.do you think it was a good idea to create a hub like mine.?and what is the best way to promote your hub.?i will appreciate your cooperation.thanksshan
by Nathan Bernardo 4 years ago
Would there be a duplicate content issue? Is it a violation of HP TOS?
by Shirley Anderson 10 years ago
Hi All:I'm hoping for some feedback on the idea of a writer's group. Is it a good idea? Too much of a pain? If it is a good idea, any ideas on how to go about it smoothly?There seems to be a fair number of us who would love some constructive feedback from our peers. With...
by Eugene Brennan 19 months ago
I've done this on a few hubs. Maybe it's a good idea because if someone does an image search, the photo with text relevant to the content of the hub can stand out amongst the competition.What do you think?
by Scott S Bateman 3 years ago
Do you add content to your worst-performing Hub or your best to make it even better? Do you add content to the low-scoring Hubs before the high scorers? What else do you think when you decide when or if to add content to a Hub?
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