There's a little chart in the upper right corner during edit mode. HP likes you to hit several checkboxes of content, not just lay down a bunch of paragraphs. So, use that thing as your guide. I usually find that I do about 900 words per Hub.
One kinda dumb thing is that if you make a recipe hub, they enforce a minimal word limit. So, I find myself adding unnecessary information about the recipe, just to fill the page.
from what i understand, 700 words are the minimum words. However, some people do write less than that, maybe 400 words but their articles don't get featured although publish in the profile page.
by Brian Leekley 4 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 have recommended that a hub should be at least circa 400 to 500 words long, at...
by carol stanley 5 years ago
Do you think it is a good idea to turn in articles less than 500 words?I have read some really short hubs lately that must have gone up really fast. Do you think this is a bad idea? Does it affect the views?
by Tessa Schlesinger 23 months ago
http://hubpages.com/travel/Cape-Town-Pu … -and-taxisSo relocating back to Cape Town after a 30 year absence, it was a whole new ball game. I found the public transport system difficult to negotiate and Cape Town websites don't provide any information. So, in the end, I went to the officials,...
by Doug West 10 months ago
I tend to write longer articles for Hubpages (2000 plus words). Would I get more traffic if I wrote two 1000 word or three 700 word articles on related subjects rather than one longer article? Please let me know your experiences and thoughts.
by Ryan Thomas 6 months ago
Hello dear fellow HubPages users,Typically I don't post in this forum because I've never had any significant difficulties before, but one article that I have published has been repeatedly refused by HubPages as a featured article despite adding on new media content, removing an amazon capsule, and...
by Victoria Van Ness 2 weeks ago
I've been with HubPages for 5 years now. I have almost 500 articles and the majority of them are featured. I publish quite frequently and follow all of the rules. I post my articles to facebook and pinterest, I am part of Amazon Associates, and yet I make very little money each month (nothing from...
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