Is it better to post one hub that is 1500 words, or 3 hubs that are 500 words?
I don't know the answer to this question. I've read that longer hubs are better, and get ranked higher on Google. But long hubs, even those that are properly spaced out tend to bore me, and I would rather read three hubs that are 500 words. I have added a mixture of both to see how they go. Basically, I take as many words as it takes to write about a topic, and that's it. I think worrying about word length takes away from the content.
I would say that any hub or article would have to be extremely exceptional for 1500 words. It is better to have 3-4 hubs.
People want information Now. They probably won't even read 1500 words.
You would also benefit
3-4 hubs instead of 1
more views for 3-4 instead of 1
earnings for each one, rather than 1
The best would be to post a 1500words hub with nice pictures. It all depends on the quality of your writing be it one or 3,4 hubs. If theres quality, there will be views. Thanks!
i say it doesn't matter if it's one big hub or three small ones, if it's not interesting then nobody will read any of them.
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