No. As long as you are writing quality hubs on specific niche topics, then the more you write the better. Hubs take 6-9 months to mature to a level where they get good search engine traffic - so the more you do now the better off you'll be in 6 months.
Write as many hubs as you can as long as you have the ideas and inspiration to write. I have also found that making rewrites to hubs written is also a good thing.
I also agree with the previous two answers. In addition, there are hubbers who participate in 30 hubs in 30 days challenges. I personally am looking forward to the next one. I usually work on about 2-3 hubs at a time finishing all of them in a few days. The longer you work on a hub, the higher the score usually.
Many long time hubbers have said that it's not good to post more than one article per day. From my personal experience, when I have posted more than one hub per day, my scores (profile scores) have have fallen. Even though I have at least 10 unpublished hubs on average, I only post one per day.
Rather than worry about how often one posts, I'd recommend worrying more about hub quality. If you write well and knowledgeably about something, or have a unique and interesting point of view, your hub quality will score higher and will more likely be recognized by your followers and viewers. An advantage of writing a lot, and posting often, is that your writing quality will likely keep improving.
by sam24354 5 years ago
I have just started, so I dont expect it in the near future, but how many hubs, or how many months before you start making money? How much traffic is considered to be good traffic? Right now I am getting about an average of 75 hits per day on 4 hubs. Is that good? What...
by Shawn May Scott 9 years ago
I am still new to Hubpages and have been enjoying a rather successful start. Thank you to those who have voted my articles up and those few of you who have begun to follow me. But I have noticed one thing of late and maybe it is the way it goes but I think it is disrespectful. I have commented on a...
by Sandra M Urquhart 5 years ago
What is the best way to get traffic on hubpages? Is it by the quality of your hubs or the frequency of your communication in the community? I've seen different articles that encouraged people to get noticed by being more social, claiming that that would increase interest and traffic; and then on...
by TheRaptorClaw 10 years ago
Ok, so i really want to know how i can get more traffic to my hubs. I know i have to write a hub people want to read and yes i take part in the hub community but i am pretty new to this. What websites do you people use to attract traffic? Please help!
by Liam Hallam 6 years ago
After 6 months on the site i've started the really wonder how many backlinks is a reasonable number to any hub, and really to a hub becoming successful? Or is it simply a lottery.What kind of figures do other hubbers consider?
by Louis Pearl G.G. 23 months ago
Does anyone make any money on Hubpages?Does anyone make any money on HubPages? I have written 63 hubs. 56 have been featured, so far I have made less than $10.00.
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