5-6 hours. I spend the time reading articles and answering questions.
Not counting the time writing hubs, I'd say about 1-2 hours per day. About half of that is reading new hubs, and the other half commenting and posting in the forums.
I depends on the day. Sometimes I spend about an hour; other days I spend about 5 hours a day. If I am working on a hub, I always spend more time.
On the average I will spend a good 4 to 6 total hours, between reading, commenting, browsing and writing.
Form me it is very random, I used to spend 1-2 hr on an average. I have days where I spent only 10-15 minutes, and days spent more than 4 hours. Instead of spending continuously for an hour or so, I would prefer to check hubpages then and there and spend 5 to 10 minutes every time, if I am not writing any new hub.
4 Hours in Hubpages, 2 hours in blogspot, 1 hour in website, 30 minutes doing seo.
This is my schedule.
I love Hubpages but i do not get enough time for Hubpages. I spend 1 - 1.5 hours per day.
It depends if I'm working my regular job or not. But I do manage to log in for a minimum of two to three hours on most days.
I average about 2-3 hours on HubPages a day. Ill write a hub, then Ill go into the forums and post, answer and ask questions, and also hop hubs as well.
I can tell you I spend way too many hours here that's what, I am here more than anywhere else and it's got to stop! lol
I am on here so much I don't even keep track of my hours. It feels like I am on and off of the computer all day long.
On and off through out the day usually but when I am working on a hub it usually takes me about 1 to 3 hours to complete. Recently, I am participating more on the forums, answering questions and hub hopping and I probably spend less than an hour doing that depending on how much time I have as I work full time as well.
Well I always visit when I'm online and like to answer a few questions.I need to write more hubs for the amount of time I spend here though
by promisem 5 years ago
By a top-quality Hub, I mean one that is more than 1,000 words, contains original or carefully chosen photos from other sources, gets a Hubscore at least into the 80s if not the 90s and is Featured. It may or may not be an Editor's Choice. By hours, I mean research, writing, editing and promoting.
by Muttface 7 years ago
I've been loitering around the community news forum for the past few days looking for some interesting discussions, and the place is dead. So I've come to the conclusion everyone is over at Bubblews chitchatting there. I hear you have to put in a fair amount of time commenting and whatnot. So, I'm...
by Lisa 9 years ago
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by Sasha Kim 8 years ago
How many hours a day do you spend reading?This is for Dallas Matier, since it's not asked enough ^_^
by Iontach 8 years ago
How many hours a day do you spend on hubpages? I'm addicted...facebook is old news now. lol
by Zara Rasul 8 years ago
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