What according to you is the best length of a hub?
How much words do you prefer while writing a hub? 400 - 500, 500 -700, 700-1000 or 1000-1500?
What do you like and why?
My answer is off of your scale. For SEO purposes I find that a hub with a word count of between 1,500 - 2,500 words tends to do the best on Google. My minimum word count target would be between 1,000 and 1,500 words.
The challenge is packing in tons of information to keep the reader interested.
by John M3 years ago
What helps you to decide what the best title is for your hubs?I am just curious what approach you may use to help you pick out a good hub title for SEO purposes? I know some use Google Keyword Planner. What are some...
by Brian Slater7 years ago
I know that the length of a good hub should between 800-1400 words, but where does it tell you how many words you have written?
by Bess9 years ago
HI,I'm new to this and would like to use my hub pages for links to my website for SEO purposes. Please can someone help me out by explaining how to do this. I tried to use HTML but it didn't work.Many thanks,Bess.
by Kristy Callan5 years ago
Is there a minimum word count for a hub?I have a picture tutorial on how to do something, and it looks quite short... it only has around 100 words, and 4 pictures. But that's really all it needs. Any more would just be...
by Brian Leekley4 years ago
In their teachings on writing stellar hubs, the HubPages staff has sometimes said that an ideal hub is 1,500 words long and has sometimes said that an ideal hub is 1,150 words long. Numerous hubs by hubbers on hubbing...
by Carolee Samuda5 years ago
I was hub hopping and had to flag a few hubs for being substandard (word count). One hub had exactly 10 words and 2 photos. There should be a way the system prevents you from publishing a hub like that except if it's in...
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