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Short lenses are best
I Say Short Lenses Are Best
Short. Sharp. To the point.
Short lenses are focused.
Short lenses are easier to create.
This pointless paragraph is a waste of space to force this lens to comply with Squidoo's draconian practice of requiring more characters in the Intro Module. I disagree with this practice because Short lenses are best!
Short lenses are best?
Take-aways - Less is more
- Seth's Blog: N-1
Fred had an inspiring post about the ability to always add one more thing. His old roommate called it N+1. Just when you think there's no more, you find a little room. Perhaps it's worth considering an alternative. N-1....
- Psychotactics Zingers:How to Create An Overview Topic (Without Spending All Day)
Let's say you want to write about New Zealand. Or electric chairs. Or malaria. Or just about any topic that has enormous potential and detail. The problem is simple: Where do you start?
- Copyblogger:The Three-Step Guide to Getting More Traffic by Writing Less
As the headline says. Do less.
- Why Your Next Post Should Be a Short One
By Martyn of Two Hour Blogger. It does not take long to write. It does not take long to read...
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HubPages Extended Content
The Summary and this capsule have been added to the above original Squidoo content to make this hub not "Overly Promotional or Substandard".
If you have read this far, you will realise that this is not an "Overly Promotional" hub. The only thing being promoted is short concise writing that is clear and to the point. No waffle. No extraneous descriptive flowery language. While short concise writing is something you can buy, this hub is not directing the reader to purchase it, but rather encouraging the reader to do it themselves.
The algorithm determining that the content could be "Substandard" due to it's shortness is disproved by the fact that this content was awarded a Squidoo Lens of the Day for it's originality, and over time has attracted a large number of views and comments.
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