I've got lots of material I can put together, but don't really have the time to find photos and get permissions, etc., right now, and have a big learning curve to get a real handle on this. Do people build these hubs over time? Are there disadvantages?
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Thank you; and thanks for the info on finding illustrations.
You're welcome, of course, AMFredenburg. And remember, you can always save your articles "unpublished" while you're working on them. That way, no one sees it except you.
Thanks for mentioning Morguefile.com and commons.wikimedia.org to find photos. Sometimes I can't find what I need in my array of photos. I agree, it is a process, the elements are important too.
Yes, if I don't have some already started, that I come back to and work on, then they just sit in my document folder not getting exposure.
I love formatting the hub, with all the pictures, add blocks, quizzes and polls, etc. sometimes more than writing the hub itself. I agree, it doesn't matter if the story isn't any good.