Is there a maximum word count for accepted articles?
Hi, I'm writing my first hub and it's a book summary. However, the book is really rich in information and I feel like it will be very long (more than 3000 words) . So will it be unaccepted if it crossed some kind of word count limit? Or can my article be as long as it needs to be?
It's important to know that I'm avoiding repetitions of ideas and trying very hard to be concise but also give every important information its value.
Thanks in advance
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I find that longer posts have fewer readers.
I have several extensive Hubs on HP that have had no problems with acceptance. Unless HP's word count has changed, I suspect you will have no problems.
700 words will for for normal hub, some poems or recipes with 300-400 words also get approved
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