I don't think so, mine tend to be too long, not everyone has the patience, many just seem to look at the pictures.
No longer hubs do not necessarily attract more visits, but they are more search engine friendly because they have more content.
My longer hubs tend to get more visits than my shorter hubs. I'm not entirely sure what the reason is but maybe I'm just writing more about more popular topics.
I haven't been here very long, but I just went back to look and all my longer hubs (1000+ words) are at the top of my list. I guess a lot of it has to do with your content, too - personally I'd rather see good content and shorter hubs than ones that are 'fluffed' to bump up the word count.
by ns12097 years ago
I think I am doing OK on Hubpages and I even have started making a few Amazon sales every month. However I can't seem to get people to click on my Google Adsense ads. I am not getting vast amounts of traffic...
by Travis Murphy3 years ago
7 hubs and 0 views? What am I doing wrong?I promoted each of my hubs on social media and various outlets as I published them. Each got up to around 50 views. At least 5 of my hubs are generally search engine friendly,...
by YvetteParker6 years ago
Which hubs do you enjoy more - the longer or shorter ones? Or does it depend on the topic?Does the length of a hub affect whether you read it or not?
by Don W8 years ago
Hi, still new, still learning. Quick question.Is there a rule of thumb for an ideal hub length or for splitting a hub into two seperate parts?
by pedagog5 years ago
Why there is no capsule to embed flash animation in our hubs? what is alternative way?
by jlt19718 years ago
Very new to the hub scene and although I have had a some views I would love to know how to get more people to view my hubs. Thank you:-)
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.