Short or long Articles?
While depth and info is important qualities to remember, Articles which is a long and verbose will simply put readers to rest. Articles readers are less concerned with mundane details and flowery prose. They want to access the heart of the matter! Isn't it?
I believe a writer should follow her or his own voice. With experience a person learns to edit and improve their work to hold a reader's attention. In order to succeed as a writer one has to build a following.
Typically, longer is better if you are out to maximize HP benefits. Longer, however, does NOT mean word padding, flowery prose style or other dastardly practices simply to get the word count up. No one wants to read, no one will read garbage.
Suppose, I want to write about DIABETES; but I can not discover new things about diabetes, I only can research and write changing WORDS & phrases. As info's has published already about diabetes. Then, how my Article will help people?
Dania Razzak, Just because something has been published doesn't mean your readers have read it. You can also cite latest treatments, case studies, diet suggestions, best testing equipment, companies that offer home dialysis, not letting it ruin life.
by Mark Lecuona7 years ago
Does your sincerity get questioned because people think it's so easy for a writer to say..."flowery things?
by tlmcgaa706 years ago
What is your goal, long term or short, as a writer?where would you like to see your writing take you?
by Susan Ng Yu8 years ago
I was just wondering, if you were doing research, would you prefer reading long articles or short articles? I tend to like short, to-the-point articles better. When I open an article and it's really long, I...
by MarieLB2 years ago
How long is too long for a reader?I have just written an article on the 2014 Sydney [Australia] siege. That was just a chronicle of events. I am now writing another one that touches upon hostages as...
by Anamika S7 years ago
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by carol stanley5 years ago
Do you think it is a good idea to turn in articles less than 500 words?I have read some really short hubs lately that must have gone up really fast. Do you think this is a bad idea? Does it affect the views?
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