Do you spend more time on reading the hubs, or writing your own hubs, or doing both equally?
Well, i usually read all the new and interesting hubs that took more than hour, then when i set my mind to read a hub on any of the topic it takes about 20-30 for the normal hub, if there is no research work include, other wise 1 hour is enough to make a Good skilled hub.
so both takes equal time and both are beneficial for the health and mind.
I tend to spend more of my time reading other hubbers hubs, there are so many great writers here on Hubpages. I learn quite a lot from them, and It's sometimes difficult to focus on your own work, the time just slips on by when you are engrossed in reading some of the well written and well constructed hubs. I guess in the end my time spent is 60/30/10 reading/writing/forum, approximately. It's all good.
A balance is required here, you need to broaden your perspective as well as work productively. I try to strike a balance not only here but also on the home front!
I try to do both equally. I enjoy seeing what other people write as well as what others think about what I write.
The Q&A is fun, as is the forum.
Many good answers, and I'm going to have to join the pack! I think there should be some sort of balance, I'm new here but I can already appreciate what everyone has to say.
I so also agree very much with what ross670daw has to say, to be a good Hubber you have to also know what everyone else is up to. And sometimes just reading about what others have to say can inspire you. Start a new hub or a new question. It pretty much goes hand in hand.
I just spend in answering the questions in web answers and Hub Pages
More time writing as it is more time consuming. But a healthy amount of time doing both.
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