Hi! I have done my best and written my best hub How to create new ideas http://bobridobri.hubpages.com/hub/How- … ools-tips.
I did it really long (2048 words), because I've read somewhere that google liked long articles. But now I think it's too long, because people don't read it to the end.
What do you think? Should I split it into 2 hubs?
Thanks for your advice,
It doesn't seem too long to me. In fact, it doesn't seem like there are more than 2000 words in it. I would check to see how much traffic it is getting and go from there. If there is little or no traffic, I would split it up.
I have hubs ranging from less than 300 words to one that is a little over 4000 words in length.
I have one hub that probably takes most people over 5-10 minutes to read properly, and it is still an incredibly highly read hub. I guess the topic is the key, not the number of words (this is not a sales hub, but a true life story experience hub).
Too long for my taste. There's some good stuff there, but I got too tired I couldn't finish. I stopped reading a few paragraphs after you started talking about meta positions and dreamer points.
I think your organization stuff should be in a separate hub.
BTW you really need to proofread. There are some awkward sentences, grammatical mistakes, and misspellings.
Unless you're a psychologist, psych hobbyist, or a psych major, I'd also credit sources.
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