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What if I can't possibly stretch a topic to a 1,000 words?


Need some advice. I'm getting ready to write some more heirloom tomato reviews. My goal is to set up all the individual tomato plant evaluations on a similar format. 400 - 600 words is about all I have to say. Should I combine 2 or 3 varieties to stretch the hub to 1,000 words? Will it take away value and interest for the individual tomato?

 

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    Patsy Bell Hobson (Patsybell) 2 years ago

    Carb Diva, you sure know how to make my day. I am honored that you read my hubs. Perhaps I should put in one more box: "Tenuous Content Copy for a rainy day."

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    Patsy Bell Hobson (Patsybell) 2 years ago

    Thank you. I appreciate you taking the time to respond.

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    Patsy Bell Hobson (Patsybell) 2 years ago

    Sundeep Kataria, You are a natural born teacher. Thanks for the feedback.