What is the perfect size of a hub? how many words should a hub contain
I have written a hub of about 2000 words, is it too long to read without losing interest, if so, what can be done. see my latest hub about Pakistan before suggesting anything
It really depends on what the topic is about. Some topics require a large amount of words, other topics don't require many words at all. It the content that counts. If it requires 2000 words, then there's nothing you can do about it. If not, then shorten it.
thanks for answering, actually it required these many words. but it would be better if you take a look at the hub i was referring to cause it also has many pictures and makes it even more lengthy.
I try and keep it under a thousad but it is a general ideal. I have lots of hubs over a thousand.
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