Do you prefer detailed or generalised hubs?
When reading on hubpages, do you prefer reading hubs which offer in depth detail of a subject or instead provide a general overview.
Yes, I prefer details, not general hub
I wanna understand everything
Generally, I prefer hubs that give in depth details about a specific subject. These are the types of hubs that I write and like to read. I did try to write general overview hubs and they almost all struggled.
Writing specific hubs seems to be what HubPages and Google like, Pick an area of expertise or interest and write great hubs about is a great way of building your web presence, generalised hubs seem to run counter to that.
detail hubs are prefer than generalised. I prefer to read hubs of a subject that has solid point of views, tips and so on
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