Do Hub articles require a minimum of three images (or any images, for that matter)?
There are no requirements. But the truth of the matter is one of the most important things for the business of writing articles on the web is the pages need to be attractive, and so you tend to need some attractive and highly relevant photos.
These days they want you to use photos that are full width, but that isn't a rule either.
I try to have a photo after ever three to five hundred words, if possible. Don't listen to the people who act like you can't use this or that photo. Just credit the photo by linking to the page you got it from and if the photographer's name is available, certainly credit them.
HP has very strict rules about using images. You can't just grab any image on the web, and use it by linking back. Try reading this information: https://hubpageshelp.com/media/Learning … -image-use
Hubs that hit the limits shown in the "Need Some Goals" box when you're editing your article do better than those that don't. Right now, those goals include three images.
You should have at least one. Per their research, three or more related images improves the number of visits to the hub.
by Ceres Schwarz3 years ago
I was thinking of splitting an article into 2 or even 3 different hubs because it was too long. How many words should our articles have before we can publish them on HubPages? I checked the HubPages FAQ page but the...
by Eugene Brennan4 weeks ago
This would be useful for e.g. questions on maths hubs that require a diagram.
by Indra prasad v5 years ago
What is the minimum word limit need for a hub ?
by Mary Hyatt3 years ago
I am reading more and more Hubs where there are beautiful photos, but NO attribution to them. I just read one that clearly has a watermark of the person holding the copyright. When you look at the photos, it...
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