Is it good to publish a long article with about 2600 words or publish it by parts, (part 1 and part 2)?
Often times its better to put it in parts and link them together at the end of part 1 and beginning of part to and so on. The reason for this is many people tend to get tired and skip over key parts of your article. It also creates more exposure for your articles.
If your topic you are writing about can be split into 2 main groups or more then go for it about 500-1000 words is a good base.
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yep, most of the times it is good to have it in parts! Too long articles tends to bore readers unless your long article is pretty interesting.
Great question. I have struggled with this one. I need to split some of my articles. Thank you for the encouragement to make my Hubs better.
Some of my articles are as long as 3500 words and I NEVER Write less than 1200 words. The skill is Writing Always FOR THE READER.. not yourself. In that way, you will realize the importance of original Quality, Engaging and Interesting Content is to the world and to the search engines!
Write Well and people will take the time to read your work, irrespective of the number of words! Another reason for that is that 7/10ths of the content on the web is Low Grade, poorly written and No Contest when up against Quality.
My longer articles actually have a reading/interest level of Twice the Site Average, according to the site stats!
Hope you gain some benefit from this... Welcome to HP btw.
by Robert Lodge 4 years ago
I am in the middle of drafting a hub but am finding it to be getting quite long with a lot I still want to include. Is there a recommended (or actual) maximum length that a hub can be and is there a precedent for dividing into multiple linked parts?Many thanks,Rob
by Escobana 6 years ago
Been here more than a year and not earning much at all. Which is no problem really but I do wonder how this works.I make about 2 dollars every month LOL. Does is accumulate every month to a certain amount and then you get paid, even if it's very little?
by Natalie Frank 5 weeks ago
I was just wondering what people's take on article length is. Do you make a point of including as much info as possible in your article going for longer length or if you can cover it decently in a shorter length do you prefer to stick with that? I'm seeing some articles that are well...
by sergs_pogi 6 years ago
I'm planning to publish my newly written article that counts to nearly 2,000 words. Is it a good idea to publish a hub this long? Should I split it in two? I find it hard to cut the article in two due to thought and keyword considerations. Please help. Thanks.
by Janet21 9 years ago
My latest hub is almost 1400 words. Is that too long? Is it difficult to read? Let me know what you think. Thanks!http://hubpages.com/hub/Thomas-the-Tank … er-Railway
by Oyewole Folarin 7 months ago
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