I joined Hubpages assuming that it was more or less a blog. After about an hour of fussing with my page, I'm fairly sure I was wrong.
Is it better to divide my content over different hubs, or to keep adding to the same one with text bits?
Welcome to HubPages BartholomewKlick
I think it will be better for you to post different hubs than adding to the same one all the time.
Thanks a ton.
By the way, what is the gigantic number next to the top of my hub?
You should use a different hub for each topic. You can use the edit capsules to include lots of pics and text in the article....If you want to put a pic in the middle of the page, say, you would include a seperate photo and text capsule for each picture....I usually break the article up this way to make it better to look at....you can see the difference if you look at my hubs or someone elses hubs who use a lot of pictures...
hope that helps
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