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I am writing a series of exercise articles, will too many photos hurt my score? I am finding the diagrams and the end result are numerous.
Any suggestions on how to moderate this? Or is this even a real concern?
I do not think it matters. But, then again, I do not consider myself a professional hubber.
I don't know, either-- but I think if you have plenty of supporting text content, it will be fine. I also think there is a way of adding thumbnails-- like a mini slide show if you are showing a several particular exercises.
Others will have more suggestions....
Nope, I have a hub with about 50 pictures and 450 words of text. Just dont make photo hubs (less then 300 word hubs).
**That is a suggestion, you can make photo hubs but they preform badly***
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