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Hubpages: Publish A Hub A Day To Keep The Googlebot Coming Your Way

Updated on October 27, 2011

One Hub Page A Day

I've always thought of hub pages as a medium that is much like blogging, you could if you wanted to post a new hub every single day on a related topic.

Topics of information are what the internet is all about, many people online are finding that hubpages is full of unique information, just like squidoo in some respects, but more stricter on quality control, which is justified to remain it's professionalism and integrity as a content driven site that is a top ranked authority site.

To write or blog each and every day, most people simply cannot do it, of course other commitments get in the way, like life, real job and other time sapping pursuits of the mundane trap us into the realms of a non existence at times, writing for me is what I like to do, now more than anything (well except my drawing!).

Of course finding new interests or things to write about can be tricky if you hate doing the research, but of course the best place to start is where you know alot about a certain subject derived from your main hobby or primary interest in life.

I myself have lots of interests, so therefore I write about them, a few of them are online business, affiliate marketing and drawing fantasy art, other sub categories fall under all of these and it's these sub titles you can create good quality content from and one that could be applied to your hubpages.

Try and list possible subjects under a main topic, so for example fantasy art would have sub heading titles/ideas such as:

  • Fantasy art prints
  • Fantasy artists worldwide
  • Creating fantasy art
  • Build a fantasy world
  • And the list could go on....

You see the more you get involved in what you want to write about, the possibilities are endless for your topics to write about and of course ideas could springboard off each one so you come up with new ideas on top of new ideas and so on.

This is how it could be possible to do one hub page a day, I'm sure there are few hubbers who are already doing this now and I wish them well.

Updating and refining existing hubpages works well to better the content you already have and because you update your content on a regular basis this helps in the search engines and any readers that have attached themselves to your network of fans or contacts, I always go back to stuff that I've written and see if I could add new paragraphs and other media to it, just to jazz it up a little and update it.

Internal Linking On Hubpages

Internal linking on Hubpages has become of great importance as there are multiple categories now that can have many tags associated within each category and so this is where the external linking begins and that's why tagging each Hubpage is of great importance as what you really need is really relevant keyword tags that show what your Hubpage articles are about and how they can be found internally and externally to

The internal linking structure helps add relevance to the external linking structure in the search engines and creating good quality and searchable content on Hubpages is what can help to increase links outside of Hubpages either through people sharing your article link on social media sites or backlinking through another relevant article.

So with each new Hubpage you add and to keep active within the Hubpages community through posting genuine comments on others hubpages that are related to yours or ones that you find interesting can be good for your own Hubpage link library.

Write what you know comes to mind!

But sometimes this is not enough to get you written work seen, you need to keep informed of new SEO techniques and other current promotion methods.

What's your method for creating your hub pages?

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    • smcopywrite profile image

      smcopywrite 6 years ago from all over the web

      voted up and useful. thanks for sharing great ideas on writing for the hub.

    • Ruchi Urvashi profile image

      Ruchi Urvashi 6 years ago from Singapore

      Very useful information. Yes, frequently writing hubs is a good way to improve your visibility. Voted up.

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      arthurchappell 7 years ago from Manchester, England

      I have hundreds of pages online outside of hub-dom, and see Hubpages as a fresh canvas to write for - no shortage of topics to cover though time isn't always on my side - even added a page today, Christmas Day, though

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      Wayne Tully 7 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Yes Good luck!

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      The Academy 7 years ago

      Thanks man. It has been my intention to commit to writing a blog a day for a while now and just this week I decided to take the plunge. Wish me luck :)

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      Wayne Tully 7 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Cheers there! everyone should worship the ginger one lol!!!

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      Dawn Michael 7 years ago from THOUSAND OAKS

      keep up the good work!!!! I bow down to you!!

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      Wayne Tully 7 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Cheers now! Kangaroo!

      I've since whittled that 70 down to 53, still some ways to go, but it's all good!

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      Kangaroo_Jase 7 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      Oh WOW, 70 unpublished and unfinished hubs! havent been around that long here, but I thought I was nuts with about 10 hubs as current works-in-progress (and unpublished).

      I don't feel so bad now.

      BTW, great, tightly informative hub here, appreciate the resources.

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      Wayne Tully 7 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Cheers now Fester!

      The unpublished hubages has now risen to over 70, so I need to double back and finish them off!

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      Daniel Christian 7 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

      I like it Wayne. I spend a lot of time on other things, but really, an hour or so to bang it out and "make it just right". Wow, 40 unfinished is wild!

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      Wayne Tully 8 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      I have at least 40 unfinished hubpages and it is just a case of making them right and some of them are drawing tutorials so I need to do the drawings to go with them, which is just another case of managing my time better.

      When I first started here at hubpages I used to do one hub page a day for awhile and then I stopped!

      I'd have to plan ahead to do a hub page every day and this is becoming more and more possible with the certainty that I will be working full time with my online writing and blogging from the end of March this year so...on with the writing.

      Cheers for the comments!

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      Julie-Ann Amos 8 years ago from Gloucestershire, UK

      I have TONS of hubs in progress, and getting them just right takes so much time I have a neverending stream of them "almost ready".  I try to publish one a day but it isn't always possible, so when i have more free time I sometimes publish 2-3 a day, then there's a gap!  But publishing one a day is a discipline that means I at least have to get one FINISHED a day, and stops me building up so many written but not finished hubs.

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      Wayne Tully 9 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      I find it easier to write hubs to a strict deadline, I can always add to them later if I think of something new, my average time for writing hubs is up to one hour and that is all the time I'm prepared to spend on each hub, as I have numerous blogs to run and other websites to build, so time managment comes into play quite alot!

      Thanks for stopping by to comment Bonnie!

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      Bonnie Ramsey 9 years ago from United States

      Great advice, Wayne!

      I found this out when I started my hub series on the history of the Cherokee. There is so much information in so many different catagories of the subject that I could probably do a hub a day for many weeks before running out of topics. That is, if I had the time to do one per day since I do have a business to run LOL. Most of these hubs take me from 4 to 10 hours to do, depending on the ease of finding the related info. These are great suggestions!