I'm not sure if this question has been asked before, but, I was wondering how many times you visit a hub, before you decide that you lost interest in it. I really don't spend a whole lot of time at hubs, but I often revisit certain hubs to see if there is anything different or new about them. It is also one of the reasons why I try to update my hubs when I can.
But this question doesn't have to be just about hubpages. I also find that I like to go to certain stores and restaurants when I am out and about, and I rarely go anywhere else. I also only go to one club, even though there are clubs that are a lot closer to where I live. I often think that I would like to mix it up, but I never do.
With hubs, I generally only revisit the ones that have information that is useful for a long time and relevant to something I want to do.
For instance I've revisited Darkside's hubs on referral trackers numerous times and linked to them.
With Hubs (or any other reading other than reference books or the classic that has so much symbolism in it there's a reason to keep going back), I read once and that's it. I tend not to re-read anything (Hubs or not), and it's rare that I'll watch re-runs of TV shows. I'll repeat-visit a Hubber's profile, of course; but not any Hubs.
With the other stuff you mentioned, it depends on what it is. I'm a pathetically "repeat-visitor" for some local businesses, to the point where the employees there know how I want my coffee or that I tie my grocery bags at the top. It's both nice and kind of embarrassing to have someone at a business see you coming and get whatever it you "always buy" all out and ready for you. With the routine stuff/regular stuff in life, I pretty much like to find a business that meets whatever requirements I have (even if that's atmosphere, price of things, whatever), and just go there. I don't want something as routine and necessary as grocery shopping, clothes shopping, or a car insurance company to become an unending quest for adventure.
On the other hand, with stuff like coffee shops, restaurants, or other "social-related endeavors" I'm always up for looking for new ones to add to my list of options.
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