Increasing the magnetic field inside a coil, physics, Basic Statistics

Someone tries to increase the magnetic field inside a coil by adding more turns to the coil. Where should he add more turns: to the end of the coil (i.e., to make it longer) or to the next layer on the top of the existing coil layers (i.e., to make it thicker)?
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