Is it okay to have just 1 hub? if that one is a good one...
Yes, but there wouldn't be much point as it won't get much traffic. HubPages is not a blog. You don't create just one Hub and add to it steadily over time, any more than you would create a painting in one corner of your canvas, then come back and keep adding further paintings on the same canvas.
For one thing, no one knows when you update a Hub, so readers aren't going to come back and check on your additions.
Looking at your Hub, I think it would work much better as a blog on a site like Blogger, where you could add the artworks as separate posts over time.
It's up to you, but if you are not happy with just one, why not write another one?
I don't want another one:) I just see that everyone having dozens of hubs and some of them are short, some of them are long. I put all my efforts into one hub, but will it bring me enough traffic?
I have three fairly long ones. At this rate I expect to put up about 5 per week because I have a book to finish and another site to write for, plus my blog, which I absolutely have to keep on top of, since Amazon is now selling it.
how much traffic do you have now? Is it enough for you?
and yes if you want just one it's fine. there is no minimum limit here that I know of
Enough traffic for what?-- for earning a regular income of some amount? Probably not--why not build on what you have done? If you are a student, you are probably learning something every day.
It is up to you, how much time you want to spend.
Your one hub is about you. And while you do have artistic talent, I'm not sure how many people are searching for you.
You need to write about things that people are searching for. You could still inject and infuse yourself into those hubs, but shift the focus onto topics that have a lot of search volume.
at present I have 12-15 visit a day, which isn't enough, but I just spend maybe 10 min a day with hubpages. I do not want to spend my life on the internet
I'm pretty new to Hubpages, but I personally just enjoy writing the hubs. If you only want to write one, that's great, but don't expect that it's going to be a money maker.
One hub wont learn you a huge amount, but what will the hub be about?
Generally I would say build several hubs and link tehm all together!
Thank you all for the answers, It looks like hubs are not my type of thing. Good luck to all of you, I had a great time here. byeeee
Sorry it wasn't for you, it's always here if you reconsider though!
by Tessa Schlesinger3 weeks ago
I have written several hubs about fashion and clothing. I worked as a designer, dressed woman, sewed, created patterns, etc. in the early 80s. I also have a couple of years towards a fashion degree I never completed,...
by Vanessa's Non Spoilers2 months ago
I have finally published a hub that has been deemed unfeatured. I can only direct my attention to a table I inserted which was long when viewed on the mobile platform. Grammar is checked, titles tweaked, content is...
by Hannah Herrera3 months ago
I am new-ish to hubpages. I've written three articles so far, but i feel there is so much i need to learn. So i wanted to ask for advice from more experienced users! Thank you.
by Ann Smith8 years ago
Okay, guys! What am I doing wrong here? I have written 39 hubs, and only made $4.94 on AdSense. That must be the hardest earned $4.94 of my life - no joke! I made more than that in one evening of...
by Sherry Venegas2 weeks ago
I have Hubs that were rejected for LetterPile and asking for advise on this one. I want to cover all my bases.What do the editors prefer seeing "The Doe" or italics for the title in the body of the Hub?What...
by DJ Funktual9 years ago
I was wondering if anyone had any advice for a hubber who can't seem to get a SINGLE HUB TO reach a hubscore of 90. I realize I may come off as VERY 80s but come on. Seriously though....Veterans? ...
Copyright © 2017 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.