I am receiving a warning on publishing the hubpages "little contents"
what is this? how can I solve
you have to write a longer hub, if its very short (idk, maybe like 250 words or something) then it won't be accepted.
It means that the content of your hub is very less. Try to add more words and publish again. A normal hub is expected to have around 250 words.
While 300-400 words make a good hub, having 800-1000 words is good for getting good positioning in Google and good traffic.
If hubs are too short they do not give enough information. Add some more information to your hub.
And the hubs do not need to be too long. You will not have problems if you write 350-500 word hubs with good content.
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