Should you create multiple Hubs if it's over a certain word count?
Would you say that 1,250-1,500 words should be a cut off for a part 2 if there's still extensive content to be written?
Consider where the natural breaks are if it is enough content to write several stand alone hubs than split it up. If you cannot easily find places to break it up then there is nothing wrong with a longer hub.
If you are concerned about the length make sure everything is completely relevant to your title. If you notice something is off topic it may be best to cut it.
if my hub hit 1000 words, i break it into two hubs, easier to read, i hate to read long winded hub
I can make or read an interesting hub of about 2000 words. That will be no problem. But beyond that , i can get bore.
by Glimmer Twin Fan3 years ago
Is there a way to check the number of words that are in a hub without going into the edit mode? Thanks in advance!
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by Ray2 years ago
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by Ginny5 years ago
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by Anansi7 years ago
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