After signing into my account(homepage), I check for hub comments and if there's nothing then I go to my account page to see traffic reports.
What about you?
I do the same. And then I go to the forums or answer section and look around or post.
I usually hit the account screen to see how my hubs are doing. After that, I might hit the forum or if I have enough time and inspiration, I might start a new hub.
Hmmm...I check for comments, answers to comments, hubscore and fans. Then I look through the forums and new hubs. If I have a new fan, I check out their profile and read their hubs. Of course, these aren't always done in the same order everyday lol...
Usually I go to the forums and follow up my comments' reply.
I tend to go to forums, there's always lots of action going on in here, it relieves my boredom....
Approve or deny hub comments, leave a follow-up comment if one is called for, check traffic, check forums
Lol i was about to post the same question, what a weird coicidence.. My question was what is your daily hub regime like lol...
Now that you asked, If there are comments then approving them and replying is priority one else go to my account to see the red and the blue arrows i somehow am fancied by that and then the traffic sources.
First, I check for comments and reply to each one. Then, I check for fan mail. I check the fan, read a few articles and post my comments and join if I like what I read. Next, I check out my traffic and sources. Finally, I join the Forum, answer a few questions and then start a new hub.
I look for comments to answer first off. Have not denied any because I feel everyone is entitled to their opinion, even when the comment seems not to be related to my hub... Next, is traffic and views to see if numbers are moving forward and edit those that have been down a few days. I really have enjoyed the forums because some of the topics happen to answer many of my newbie questions. I look at others hubs related to getting the most out of hubbing or how to market better.
Check and reply to comments then check to see who has written any new hubs.
I get notices in my email. I follow up on the comments first. Respond back. Check for extra comments, fans. Check out new Hubs, leave comments or thumbs up and lastly, go to Forums to check for Newbies, help if I can, learn something and participate here and there or work on another Hub but forums is always, last,
I look and see how far my average hub score has gone down Then I check out the forums. I check comments on my hubs when I get notices in the mail and visit hubs I get notices about also.
Approve hub comments and fan comments, leave follow-up comments, check my account for what hubs are experiencing a spurt of traffic (red arrows), glance at my hubber score, then check out what's hot on the hubtivity screen.
Same as many I check my traffic... it's so tiny right now because I've just started that I'm always pretty excited about just a few hits! Then I check to see if I have any comments, and recently I've been checking out these forums to see what's up. Hubpages really seems like a great community of writers!
I go to the forums always, never seem to have time to write hubs due to forums.
First thing I do when I log on in the morning is go through all the hubs the community has kindly flagged for me, and review those that have been resubmitted.
And doing a stirling job of it too, if I may say so. Maddie you always seem to reason well for the betterment of hubpages and I feel confident that most agree with me.
A steady hand.
I appreciate the kind words. They provide a nice balance to the amount of abuse I receive from angry spammers who don't like being moderated.
I go right to my traffic because any comments to my hubpages gets sent right to my iphone first.
Immediately i log in, i check my hubscore. Then go to my account to check my traffic. (So obsessed with this). Then i hit the forums to have a bit of fun and a lot of learning. I learn something new EVERYDAY.
Then i check out new hubs of my fans. After all this, i get lost browsing or reading through other hubs of interest to me.
I go straight to Hubtivity and read a few Hubs as they are being published, then make comments if I want to. That way, I get to meet different Hubbers everyday V.V.
Check comments then tackle them unsightly unpublished hubpages...they just need to be finished dammit!!
check for comments,new fans, read some hubs...try to think of something worthy of a comment for said hubs,check out the forums in hopes of an 'exciting is it a sin?' brawl...see who's on line, what everyones up too, and find new people to read...so many interesting things happen on the forums
check hubpage score, find ways to improve hubs through hubpages
I usually check to see if i have comments then check hubs I commented on then to hubtivity then to forum...I'm a creature of habit
I click on my account and update my profile with the number of hubpages written and the total amount of traffic. After editing my profile with the updated data, I click on my account to answer comments. I respond to the comments always giving a "thank you for your comment" with additional information if needed. I check my Google earnings on Google Adsense by clicking on affiliate setting from the my account page. I always check the daily, the yesterday, the 7-day and the all time total earnings.
Then it is time to interact with hubpage writers after taking care of the updates and viewing the google earnings report. I click on Topics to read and respond to Hubpages featured articles. I then click on Answers to get ideas for writing a hubpage articles and to answer questions of relevance. After writing a few hubpage articles, I venture over to the forum to interact with the hubpage community and I usually get a few LOL's.
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