I want to built a hub just including pictures. Does it violate hubpages's rules?
There are many picture hubs so I believe it is allowed as far as the pictures don'g violate the TOS.
BTW have you photographed those pictures you are going to share?
Yes. Some photos are taken by myself, and some are from website which i find them very beautiful and want to share with all of you!
Yes you can built a hub with just including pictures. I see many hubs which has only pictures and they are scoring good tariff.But give a proper headnote to the pictures this will make good
It would be best to include something about each picture, so the text makes the hub better than if it just has pictures on it.
A hub with just pictures alone, won't do well. But, it doesn't violate the terms of service. However, there are some hub writers who will flag it, as substandard, if there isn't text on the page.
There is a special topic, photo galleries. Your photo hub should be placed in that category, other places are not allowed.
For pictures you have not taken yourself, these must be in the public domain or licensed for commercial use, and you should include acknowledgement of the artist. Otherwise, you would be in breach of copyright laws.
http://hubpages.com/topics/entertainmen … leries/772
You can, but don't expect much traffic. Why not write a description, or a piece of text relating to each picture?
There are lots of fantastic hubs with pictures and they are always such a pleasure. I look forward to yours.
My photo hubs have been my most popular by far, at least among the Hubberati. I always include some suitably personalized text to go along with the photos. Have a look
There's no point creating a hub from readily available online photos. That's just lazy...anyone could do that. You need to personalize it in some way.
Making a Hub which contains only pictures might not bring you a lot of traffic. People enjoy looking a lovely pictures but generally expect some sort of description as to what, where, how and why?
I have a hub with some pictures but yes I also have relevant text along with it. I think it is better to include some text along with pictures, such as the place the picture was taken or why did you want to take the picture, some description about the picture etc.
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