My definition of a "great hub" is a hub that reveals difficult to find information in an entertaining style and with pictures or videos to support its statements.
I think a great hub is one that has lots of great information that is interesting to read. It'll keep you reading until the end. I also like it if there are plenty of pictures to go along with it for illustration, or even videos. And I like hubs that have polls I can vote on.
For me it's a hub that is well written with interesting facts on the subject, good grammar and not too long paragraphs.
It has good formatting, great images, impeccable grammar (or close), is interesting, has lots of links to external information on the topic, and it's obvious that the author took time and effort to create it.
My definition of a great hub is, "It is any hub that teaches, or shares something of value with readers." "Something of value" may vary, depending on the needs or values of individual readers. Therefore, the definition of a great hub will vary from reader to reader. Thank you. Regards, Dr. Haddox
Above all, it has to be interesting and entertaining. It's not the spelling or the grammer; it's the way it reads. Is it from the heart? Is it paced well? Is it something I would like to know more about? Is it funny?
Those are some of the things that make a good Hub for me.
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 Bravebird30 7 years ago
Hi I'm Bravebird, Finished my first masterpiece about finding a job but I want to know if it's clear to the readers. Love the articles that have been posted and I hope to get as many followers as some of you may have. I'm a rookie to blogging - any comments will be appreciated....
by Infopedia 6 years ago
What does it take to write 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 Pr0metheus 8 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 MoniqueAttinger 9 years ago
I'm really confused by this - I wrote a hub yesterday that I was very pleased with: it's entertaining, funny and on a good topic (environmentally friendly products including usual types like purses). It's been read by a number of people - although not as many have commented. However, when I...
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