Would 50 word hubs be considered spam?
I want to write hubs answering questions, straight to the point. for example "how many calories in a banana?" doesn't need 400 words.
spam and word limitation are two different aspects.You need not publish a hub for each and every answer you give, A 50 word answer can not be published as a hub. A hub needs to have at least 400 words. Viewers visit hubs to gather knowledge on a topic. If you answer a question with fifty words and publish it as a hub, chances are that content of your answer matches content already available on the net and your hub is likely to be flagged either as spam, duplicate or a hub with a text that does not meet the guidelines laid down by hubpages for publication of a hub. Read the details "Wait! Make sure your hub does not carry risk of being branded "duplicate", http://premsingh.hubpages.com/hub/Wait- … uable-time
You must write hubs of 300 words if they are anything other than poems or video galleries. Otherwise they are too short. And for hubs with amazon ads, you are only allowed one ad per 50 words of text, including photo descriptions or it is considered to be spam.
by HubPagesReport 8 years ago
All right number 50...good luck to getting to number 100 Congrats HubPageReprot and only in 4 weeks. you did much better than I did when I first got here. Oh and welcome to hubpages. Now get to work on those 50 more hubs to make 100 just kidding take a break
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by Carolee Samuda 6 years ago
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