Would I be able to write a series of articles, but it will be one long story?
Some people do so with fiction stories. It is not advised to do so for informational articles.
You already selected a best answer, but I figured I better let you know the negatives. If you expect to publish a series of hubs that should belong together, you may discover that this is not necessarily the case on HubPages.
First of all, HubPages is meant for publishing individual magazine style articles that are each a stand alone entity.
Secondly, each of your hubs may be moved to different vertical niche sites, depending on the topic. So they will end up not being together in the same domain.
I see your have several that were moved to Letterpile. But others are still on HubPages. So already you have them broken up. See my point?
by ngureco 8 years ago
Where Can One Get Good Writers Who Can Write In Strong English And Are Able To Follow Instructions?
by Brittany Banks 21 months ago
How long did it take you to make your first pay out and how many articles did you write until you did? I am only curious.
by Charles T Baumert 2 years ago
Hello everyone,I am new to HubPages and I want to hear how long you have been using HubPages and what your experiences are like using the site? Also, do any of you have your own domain and blog? If so, what is it about? I would love to hear your feedback!Cheers,Charlie
by Marko Vucinic 2 weeks ago
I have some SEO experience and I used to rank my own sites in google.Now I don't have time or the money to build huge authority websites by my own.HP has good reputation and I thought to hire somebody to write me articles around certain topics which I would publish on HP.Regarding my question...I...
by Mellissa Green 2 weeks ago
We should be albel We should be able to schedule posts.
by carol stanley 6 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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