For me depending on the subject, it could be 4 hours or at least 8 hours. The more research and verification of facts takes time.
A hub should be researched before it's written. Me for example, I do a lot of researching but I break it down on the Hub so the average John or Jane Doe can understand.
You can have a lot of content on a hub, but if they (you viewers) don't understand it and it's concept their not going to enjoy.
For an affiliate marketer like myself, I rely on individuals buying products that I've used or heavily researched to earn a living, so I have to write hubs that can assist them or guide to them to something else in a concise, simple matter.
In short, I take about a day to research the fundamentals of what I'm going to write about the next day.
Depends how much you know about what you're writing. If you're writing about yourself or things that have happened to you theres no research time at all. You'll also find there is no-one better qualified in the world! Its just the time it takes to pen it.
Thank you to everyone that responded to my question. I feel a lot better. I also spend valuable time researching for my Hubs. Once I get the info in my head, I can usually write the Hub in no time.
by Natasha Pelati 2 years ago
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by Denise Handlon 4 months ago
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by Michelle Orelup 4 years ago
How much time do you typically spend developing a Hub before you post the content?I'm curious about the process that other Hubbers use in planning, researching and writing before they hitting, 'Submit'.
by Daniele M Robbers 4 months ago
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by Jack Salathe 7 years ago
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by Charles K. 8 years ago
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