I'm just curious to know how other people have done. Right now, my record is a very prestigious 2! I'm sure I'll do better in the future though (I hope!).
4 I was at the limit for my required hubs at one point and had to hurry up and get them all in. I promised myself to never do that again lol. It took the entire day and evening to get them all written, the graphics made and then get them set up and published. whew.
I hear what you say! For me, proofreading is a female dog. As if it isn't bad enough going cross-eyed staring at the computer screen because I've been writing all day, I am also obsessive-compulsive. So I have to proofread over and over again!
I think 5, but as writer fox says they weren't written that day, but simply held until all could be published together. As it takes me around 8 hours to complete a hub from start to finish, I'll never write more than 1 or maybe 2 in a day's time.
I think I have published three in one day, but they were written over the course of a few days. If I were going start to finish, I might get one a day, if I had the time to write.
Six in one day. They weren't quite as long as most I do today.
Two in one day, but that was a lot of work. Sometimes just one Hub takes a few days to write. One time I wrote a Hub that required a lot of extra research so it took a week. Lately I've been focusing on quality of my Hubs and taking extra time to publish them. (I have other obligations which prevent me from writing as much as I would like to.)
When I did the 100 hubs in 30 days challenge, I wound up running behind my weekly quota and having to publish several in a day. I wouldn't recommend it though - it is much better to take the time to research keywords, write quality hubs, find good images, etc.
3 or 4, but my hubber score took a big hit... not that anyone would notice the difference now. lol
You can basically post as many as you feel that you can but from other forum posts and advice from more seasoned hubbers, I have found that one per day works best. More than that and you may run the risk of Google thinking you are spamming......don't know why they would think that but that is what I have read.....
My personal record is 8 in a day.
But from memory, one hubber (RyanKett maybe?) did 10 or 12 in a day, more than once.
I think Ryans personal record is 13, but don't quote me
Yikes is right! I need whatever brand of caffeine you two must be drinking (kidding of course)
3 or 4, but that was in the beginning. Now it takes me a couple of days to write one. That should tell you the difference in the quality of my beginning hubs and now.
I am lucky if I have time to publish 3 or 4 a month. Toddlers make life a little hectic. LOL
by David 470 7 years ago
Does anyone know the highest number of hubs published on one account? I saw someone that had over 1000 hubs! I also recall a hubber who has 2500 hubs! That is just insane - especially if they wrote on multiple niches!The success stories say some people make $1000+/monthly, but I believe the people...
by Mike Pugh 7 years ago
Whats the highest number of hubs ever written & who holds this all time hub record title.People write many hubs, some folks been here for a long time, just looking to see if anyone knows of the highest number of hubs ever written, and who was it that achieved such a superb statistic.
by shinujohn2008 8 years ago
The hubber Stendek http://hubpages.com/profile/stendek was officially declared as the hubber with highest number of hubs http://blog.hubpages.com/2009/09/half-a … shed-hubs/ Congratulations
by JourneyHolm 2 years ago
Does anyone know what the highest number of hubs a single person has posted are?
by purnimamoh1982 5 years ago
Who has written the highest number of hubs on hubpages?I am basically interested to know the hubbers who have written the highest number of hubs on hubpages. Where can I find information on this?
by Ginny 7 years ago
What are your HubPages goals for the next year? Income, number of hubs published, writing goals?
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