To all of you experienced hubbers....
Do you think the time of day we publish our hub makes any difference in the traffic the hub generates? For example, if I publish my hub at 1:00 in the morning will I get less traffic than if I were to publish at 1:00 in the afternoon - or does it even make any difference at all? thanks!
What a great question! I've assumed that the best time would be when there are the most Hubbers signed on and checking things out, so you get seen when your Hub first shows up, but when would that be? Usually I peck away at a Hub at the end of the day and release it into the wild when done - often later in the evening, west coast US time.
Its nothing as such.You publish at anytime.Hub pages has nothing to do with timings.
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Writing is easy. Just write the same way UNIX programmers do their university writing assignments. Just cat the random device to standard output and run the spellchecker on it.
UNIX is very user friendly. It's just picky about who it wants to be friends with.
I publish all my hubs at 4AM every other Thursday. Unless it's a leap year. Or a new moon. Or when its cloudy. Or raining. I like hot chocolate when it rains.
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Thanks! That's what happens when I spend hours at a shell prompt instead of a word processor. It has been said that programmers are actually writers, and that a good program is like literature. I can't say I disagree.
Then again, my programs are like a circus. They are very entertaining until they stop.
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