Hi I am writing a kind of long hub I am trying to figure out if I should break it up in different capsules or hubs or just let it run. Can someone give me some advise please?
Well I find my best hubs are 5 to 8 hundred words. So if it is too long you may want to write a series. Some people prefer 1000 to 1500 words.
Do what feels good but less than 500 I have noticed doesnt work so well.
Myra636 thats really a good idea to write a series of hubs.I would look forward to it.
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