How many articles should a hub contain?
I was hoping someone could help me with a general question about creating hubs. I have made two, but I'm not sure if I should make a new hub for every topic, or if I should treat it like a book and just keep adding to the page? Thanks in advance! April
Each topic should be a separate Hub. When you have several articles, you can organize them into groups by going to your account and clicking on "Groups" under the Hubs tab.
You will get some good ideas of how to organize your hubs by looking at the work of other hubbers. Many writers here write on a variety of topics.
Consider one hub to be one article. If you turn your hub into something that is book length, you will lose readers. The more hubs, the more income you have a chance of earning.
I concur with the answers given here, but I'll just add one thing...if you haven't gotten a chance check out the learning center. It is a plethora of knowledge for new hubbers.
a hub is an article on its own, my answer will be between one or two article, because lengthily hub tends to be boring, hubs are meant to be not so short and not very long either, it is in-between, sharp, concise and accurate with detailed meanings condensed into a well written project.
create multiple hubs for multiple topics.. You'll only confuse the readers by puting more than one.
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