I'd love to be able to pop out 7 hubs in 62 minutes...
Looking at the hubs.. seems like the hubber has a source and is just doing a ton of hubs in one sitting on that one topic. Few days later another topic. Not sure, it's odd.
Checked one hub for copied stuff, but didn't see anything copied, but that doesn't mean anything. Just means I didn't check the right phrases, or he's buying it from somewhere... Either way, I sure wish I could pop out 7 in 62 minutes...
I think I know who you are speaking of too. Must be a robot.
i do that same ill write 12 hubs on one topic release them all at once.. then continue on or write two on one then do another.. not hard at all..
I posted 4 hubs in a couple of hours last week. It didn't mean I wrote them that fast (I wish!)
I'd written them over time, and spent a couple of hours adding photos, tags, amazon stuff, and publishing.
maybe he did what Darkside did just the other day, and many hubbers do. They edit all their hubs on one topic and then release them all at once.
Last week I did a 6 part series on how to write bylaws, each one has a table of contents in it which is the way I wanted it to be. It made no sense for me to publish one at a time and then go back and put a table of contents in them. When I published them it must have looked like I published 6 hubs in like 10 minutes.
I think the one in question is the one who has published 139 hubs in less than 2 months.
I scoot around the site a fair bit and haven't noticed that kind of activity. But - it is prolific.
Maybe they really have backloaded a load of articles? Some people are very savvy before they open an account. Or, it may be someone that already has an account, that's opened a second on (or whatever) in order to increase earnings?
Are they commercially written?
I'm sitting on a lot of hubs right now, all in my MS word. With all the recent stuff going on here, I've been hesitant to post them. If I do, they will all come out in a small block of time.
Why would you be hesitant? Not sure I am following the reasoning. Thanks for clarifying.
Just reading through the posts on the forums of peoples work being copied, rating peoples hubs down if they don't like you because of your comments in forum threads, etc. I'm being overly cautious, I know!
Ahh Jane, I wouldn't worry about that too much. It doesn't matter if your hub is ranked 20 or 100. All that matters is if your hubs have the keywords people are searching for.
I appreciate all the fans I have but as it's been said dozens of times, our fans don't earn us money. The people coming to our hubs from outside HP are the ones that earn us money. Sure if your hub is a featured hub or on the list of hot hubs you will get more traffic but is it the traffic that you want?
The Hub Staff I am sure would catch on to people constantly rating you down, all our movements are ip registered so I am guessing if a hub member did it they would be caught, can a member of the hubstaff actually confirm that ??
Why hesitant?! Are you like me and like to starve Jane?! I have a habit of writing and loading hubs then leaving them. The quicker they're published, the quicker they age, rank - yap yap yap.
But ... you know why and what for I imagine. Nice name by the way. It's one of mine
41 hubs in 9 days is nothing, when I used to write for Ciao.co.uk you used to get newbies firing them out every 20 mins all day. !
I post mine generally as I finish them, but sometimes I will sit on them if I feel I've posted too many. I have posted 2 today, but every 20 minute to post a hub, it can't be any sort of quality to it.
I don't know... I just think it's odd. Just me... Hopefully the guy had them just sitting and decided at once to let them all go within 10-20 minutes of each other.
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