Today when I checked my 'recent notification mail' from HubPages one thing made me happy and surprised. One writer by name M.K. Paul has written eight hubs and all in a day. It is at a time that people write very little and even if they pen, that too in a week or fortnight gap for HP. It is an excellent work and appreciable. I do congratulate the author for her smart job. What my fellow hubbers say about it? Share your opinion please.
This is commendable. I can't even imagine writing 8 hubs in one day. Whew! Great accomplishment.
as long as those hubs are of good quality and not just quantity, well good job, if not, .....well we all know.
Keep in mind that many people do their writing in word processing programs on their computers and then put the work up online. Some people will write a whole bunch of things and take time to get the right images together and so on and then publish them in a marathon. Sometimes I put up multiple pieces in a single day that I may have written over a period of weeks or even months.
Unfortunately, former Squidoo users aren't allowed to put up more than three hubs per day so that strategy won't work for me anymore. It used to help me to make the most of my good health days.
You have the spirit and the confidence. Keep on working. All the best.
I often do that and have several articles written and loaded in a word processor. It would be easy to publish several at one time, but that is not recommended, nor would I do it. I like to give each hub a chance on its own before I publish another one.
The hubs I write take me at the very least 8-10 hours of work for each one (researching the topic, writing, researching the illustrations and potential products to feature). Unless I had actually prepared them all previously, there is no way I could put up 8 hubs in a day.
I've actually stopped posting new hubs, because the return I receive does not justify that amount of work.
by Carolee Samuda 5 years ago
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