Do the layout and length of a hub help determine whether or not you read it?
I'm guilty of not reading hubs based on their layout and length. If they are too long I tend to gloss over them (unless they are really well written.) Does anyone else find themselves doing this or something similar?
Yes, in a print magazine, I will gladly read 3, 4 or more pages of an article that interests me, on the Internet, if something looks more than about 750-1000 words, I generally just move on.
I try to start reading a hub before looking at how long it is. Sometimes it results in me reading a really long hub, and other times I end up skipping forward half way through. Also, if the text is all bunched together, I have a hard time sticking with it. Using things like subtitles, pictures, polls and other links, helps to break up the text and make the reading seem less daunting.
by Renz Kristofer Cheng4 years ago
How do you conveniently determine whether your hubs are being copied/stolen else where?I'm just wondering if there is a convenient way to do it, because normally I use the Google search by copying a paragraph in my hub....
by Howard S.5 years ago
Should libraries determine whether the book "Shades of Grey" will or will not be on their shelves?It has been reported that some libraries are removing "Shades of Grey" from their shelves. Is it...
by surf traveler7 years ago
Does your hub score determine whether your links are follow or "no follow". I just read a post...suggesting that if your hubscore is low your links in hubs will be no follow.
by Queirdkus Ω Ibidem6 years ago
How does one determine whether one is successful?
by Nelle Hoxie7 years ago
I've spent the last few months experimenting with different hub lengths and layouts on sales hubs and trying to be rigorous about it. It's impossible to do this in a completely statistically valid model with this...
by Gordon Hamilton6 years ago
I have tried the learning centre for this and if it is covered there and I have missed it, I apologise.I know that ideally we should create a number of Hubs around a topic when we think this might be a problem but in...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.