it depends on the day.On an average 1-2 hours.Most of the time read forum discussions.
Maybe over two hours in a day. I like to read other hubs and join in the forums. Lately, I can only get to Hubpages in the early morning or late evening due to house projects and my office has become the general storage area for other rooms... It tends to get difficult moving furniture around to find my desk and puter.....
I used to spend 4 hours in four spell..
Morning 1 Hour..
Afternoon 1 hour
Evening 1 Hour..
Night 1 hour...
far far too many.... on and off as many as 6 sometimes....
Very impressive.I would love to know how many minutes in one
today my sister arrived at 6o'clock, and I said to her
"Thought you were coming at tea time"
i thought it was about 4o'clock which means I had been on computer.... hub pages 3 hours. Every day I see new hubs, and hubbers that have been on here a while but I have never met before.....
I am not sure where you live we call our evening meal tea.... I know some call it dinner....
Except for eating, sleeping, watching tv and more... I think HP occupies lot of my time lol!!
pretty much the entire morning LOL...forum posts, answer comments, leave comments, join fan clubs, maybe write a hub... heck I do this before I even check my e-mails!
way too much time for I am addicted. Ny 3 year has learned to turn off my computer. I guess that is a hint.
wish I could stick to that...the one hour tends to stretch into two...
At least 8-10. I work on it all day here in the office, then go home and find myself either working or hubbing (recently more the former) in the evenings, oftentimes.
3 - 4 hours per day, depending whether I am writing or just reading.
3-4 hours I would say my average is for now. It is really addicting and I can't help it
I have absolutely no system. I may stay away for days but then spend a whole morning dabbling. I may keep HubPages up while I have other things going on, and I'll pop on to break up some monotony. It just depends on what else I'm doing or have to do.
Since I just joined, I've been on several hours a day to learn how the site works.
My hubs are usually already in my head, so typing them out doesn't take much time.
I'm possessed with looking for comments on my hubs though...its an ego killer or builder - depending on who you are
by Missy Smith 4 years ago
I was just wanting a few other opinions about this type of unfeatured hub. Lately I have had like three go on the unfeatured list due to lack of traffic. They are some of my first posts here, and I am posting them back on social media sites, but I'm not so sure it's important to me at this point to...
by Carolee Samuda 8 years ago
This might be my last forum post because I am tired. I can't be wasting my time beating a dead horse.HP is a business and they need to start treating their business more seriously. They need a task force to sit and brain storm about how to keep spammers out in the first place.I know that I have...
by tdebrick 9 years ago
I created over 10 Hubs, I only have a 2 comments am I not interesting??I am jealous of other people Hubs that have like 30 comments. I am not sure what I am doing wrong.
by Jackson Ditwiller 8 years ago
Hi, My screen name is Jackson Ditwiller. I post a LOT at the Suboxone withdrawal forum. For the past week and a half,any time I try to post a comment,it dissapears. There is nothing wrong with my home computer. Why am I no longer allowed to post? Concerned, J
by Vincent Lionheart 9 years ago
In my hubhttp://hubpages.com/hub/EU-FP7-Marie-Cu … F-IIF-tipsthere are over 800 comments and at certain time in a year, people look at that hub for guidance, relief and communication.Is there any way I can convert the comment capsule to a forum like capsule? I added another comment capsule...
by Seckin Esen 6 years ago
On average, how long does it take you to write a hub?
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