I think a great hub is useful, and answers all my questions about the topic. It should also be entertaining and fun to read, so have some fun pics. It should have a great title that tells me exactly what it is and not promise more than it delivers. Bonus points for surprising me with interesting facts I didn't know or wouldn't have thought of.
Content people want combined with writing skills and optimal research.
Research, knowledge, relatable writing skills, relatable diction and tone, and finally your own spirit in the hub is what makes it beautiful.
I would like to raise one more question here... What do you expect from an article you are searching for? Yes, you need that article to be stuffed with information in a detailed manner in a systematic way. That is what every reader expect.
Well i hope you got your answer, article must be in a systematic way with more information, good research has to be done for the same. Simple wording will always attract the reader to read the whole article with patience. Above all the pictures, they must suit the article.
It would need:
1. Lots of content
2. Research if needed
6. The hub itself must be fun and visitors are not bored to death reading it
by rob_allen 6 years ago
What is your definition of a "Great Hub"?
by Joween Flores 4 years ago
Hi, I am new here and I don't have any ideas for writing a hub. Is anyone who can give me tips and suggestions?
by shashigai 9 years ago
I spent a heck of a lot of time putting together this hub - it seems long and detailed enough and it includes a video and photos as well as links to other hubs and articles on the web. Yet it started at 46 - the lowest I've ever gotten to start a hub. What the heck did I do wrong? I put in lots of...
by Pr0metheus 9 years ago
So, I did a basic search on SEO and improving google page ranking and I ran across this hub.http://hubpages.com/hub/increase-page-r … h-pagerankSusana S is NOT an alter ego of mine, I just thought this hub was so good it deserved a post. I had been writing hubs blindly (somewhat) in...
by Daniele M Robbers 7 months ago
I was just wondering how long a hub takes you to write from concept to published? I am using hubpages as the start of my freelance writing career and I am working being more productive. I am also only doing my second hub now. I have an editor now so that will add time to the process still...
by Natasha Pelati 2 years ago
When looking for information on a hub topic it is good to make sure that the information is accurate and that you have done your homework because there is nothing worse than reading an article that has false information. This takes the reader away from your site as they feel that it is fictitious...
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