Is it important to mix video and photographs into the text of your hubs?
I see that some people use video and some use photographs but not a lot of people seem to use them both. Is it important to utilize video and or photo's in your hubs?
It's important to create an attractive hub. Also, the more interactive a hub is, the more likely a person is to click ads. Once a person clicks to vote in a poll or check their score in a quick quick, they're more likely to click on other parts of a page. They get in a clicky mood, so-to-speak. There's a study I read somewhere that backs this up. If I find the link, I'll send it along for you.
Also, the better looking a hub is, the more enjoyable it is for the reader. The more enjoyable the experience for the reader, the more likely they are to share the hub.
Yes, the more elaborate your hub is the more chances of getting increased traffic to the hub. Also, the visual appeal and excellent content will make the reader stay longer on your page. this way chances of him clicking one of your ads too increases.
Hubpages has made available so many capsules so that your hub can stand out in the sea of articles on the internet.
Plus a very important feature of being able to edit ,tweak one's hubs and add updates is a very handy feature to make your hub valid to current times, though it might be written a long time ago.
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