I would say it depends on how you go about it. The content would certainly be yours to use however you wish, but your topics should be directly related to one another to make it of any length.
It would take quite a few hubs to make a good size book on a particular topic like in your poetry.
tamarawilhite, thanks. If it is a compiled articles of same topic/related topic, it could be published I thought.
by Rain San Martin 5 years ago
Can we use our Hubs in an eBook? Physical books and eBooks are not "published elsewhere on the Web".Printed books and eBooks will not be "published elsewhere on the Web", therefor would cause no duplicate issues. The ultimate re-purpose for these Hubs seems to be in book form....
by Nell Rose 16 months ago
How many words should an ebook have?For example if you are writing a non fiction book based on someones life. I know some are quite short, and others the length of a published novel, but what is acceptable? Thanks!
by Simon Cook 7 years ago
I'm experimenting with writing a small eBook - can I use my published hubs and copy some of the content from them into an ebook? I realize my Hubs won't get penalized, but is it a good idea?
by Noshin Rahman 3 years ago
Just out of curiosity I would like to know how often you guys write hubs, once a day? A week? A month?I used to write one every other day, but after summer ended and I got busier I know plan to write 2-3 hubs on the weekends (once on friday, sat, and sunday).
by graceomalley 8 months ago
How much is reasonable for a freelance writer to be paid per word?I'm applying to a Craigslist ad, and it asks how much I want per word. Anyone know the going rate?
by Marye Audet 5 years ago
So other than the fact that Google has apparently decided I am a crappy writer and my traffic is down from 17k a day to maybe 1600... with a similar decline in income... Do we yet know why this happened? Feeling a little bitter. Have had to take on enough clients that I rarely have time to...
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