Long enough to cover the subject but short enough to keep things interesting.
one man's opinion, I like it miniskirts, hmmm I can do something with that
I've got to remember this. Very clever.
I was thinking about adding something like very few legs justify a miniskirt, but I'm not clever enough to make it funny.
Thanks for the laugh!
It may be a cute saying, and it may be one person's belief about what makes a "good Hub", but most people here will tell you that the Hubs that do best are more like knee-length (and sometimes, depending on the subject, mid-calf-length) skirts. Plenty of solid, useful, information is what does best (and most "mini-skirts" just aren't long enough to offer that). Some may be, of course.
by LOT2DO 4 years ago
How to wear a mini skirt?
by Merdeego 9 years ago
Brown Bag to work. Do You or Don't you.Tell us why or why not and if you do, give us brown baggers some fresh ideas. Thanks
by thighhighchick 7 years ago
I'm thinking that I like the cut skirt with the little white strings over the hemmed version. How do you girls feel about it? And what is the best top to wear with a Jean mini skirt
by StricktlyDating 7 years ago
At what age, if any, should a woman stop wearing a mini-skirt?
by Jose Rizal Reyes 23 months ago
I want feedback on my latest hub titled "Haiku Diary: The Second Expedition Begins!". There are only 7 haiku verses there. That means 21 lines in all. I bolstered the piece with 7 matching photos. While I am happy with the pairings of haikus and photos, I wonder if...
by Janet21 10 years ago
I read the above quote on another thread and was wondering if anyone here can confirm that this is the case. Do you have long hubs, over 800 words? Are they doing well as far as Google traffic goes?Should I try to keep my hubs under 800 words?
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