I write one or two a month. That's all I can seem to fit into my schedule.
I have been managing to do one once a week or so lately, but that is a lot for me. I wish I had time to do more hubbing!
I try and shoot for one a day. 3 years in and 88 hubs is a testimony to how badly that particular routine is panning out.
I usually get in 1-3 per month, though it depends on how much inspiration has struck. For example last month I had kind of a dry spell where no ideas came to me. Then this month I had like six ideas strike all at once. Sometimes I'll dig deep for a subject to write about, but I prefer to just find something that would make a good hub since it feels less forced.
Lately I am doing about two a month. Just don't seem to have time for more although I have been maintaining notes for several future hubs. I do, however, regularly check questions (such as this one), review the forums and add my own posts when I have something useful to say, and respond to comments in my hubs. I also make routine updates to hubs in cases where I see fit. I think all this helps keep the Hubber Score up there.
At the moment doing 30 hubs in 30 days challange ! what do you like to read about ?!
I just started my Hub 3 days ago and I make it a point to hub everyday.
My original goal was to write one hub a day. However, I have various other freelance writing jobs so right now I seem to have accomplished three or four a week. I hope to increase my productivity the longer I am here.
I want to write one a day but am content if I finish two a week.
by Noshin Rahman 4 years ago
Just out of curiosity I would like to know how often you guys write hubs, once a day? A week? A month?I used to write one every other day, but after summer ended and I got busier I know plan to write 2-3 hubs on the weekends (once on friday, sat, and sunday).
by Whitney 8 years ago
I haven't been able to write as much as I'd like, being temporary help in another department. So, I keep adding hubs to my unpublished list... I started the week with about 25, and now I'm up to 46.How many do you have?
by taviasylum 6 years ago
what are the best ways?
by kathleenkat 5 years ago
I like to check Hubpages on breaks at work. Now, I can't access my Hub feed because a Hubber chose to write a Hub about drugs, and Hubpages hasn't caught onto it yet. My organization is pretty fair on what it blocks/allows. Usually blocks things about gun violence, cults, and drugs. They also only...
by Valeed 7 years ago
I have found some hubs that promote a feeling of hatred towards muslims and islam. I know a person has a right to express his/her views but in my view they should not be in a way that it hurts the emotions of others.
by Barbara Badder 5 years ago
I started hub hopping tonight after taking a long break from it. I like to be encouraging and usually go light on people, but some of these hubs were so bad that I couldn't help but mark them down. There were about 5 awful ones and just 2 good ones. By then, I had enough and quit reading them. I...
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