When do you click "Publish now"?
I wonder, when would you publish your hub, immediately after it is ready or do you wait for a good time, say
in the morning when everyone active, or
in the night when everyone active in the other part of the world or
you think that you have best time to do that and will wait for that time or
It is my opinion that you should publish the hub as soon as it is ready, but you do not promote it, or ping it until early in the morning or just before evening.
According to some research, the best times are from 9:00am to 5:00pm in the US and after 8:00pm in the US for the benefit of overseas readers.
I don't pay too close attention to the time I am submitting my hubs, maybe I should. Normally I publish it after I've read it a third time after I think I've finished it.
Sometimes I think they are nowhere near finished or good enough - but I've lost the inspiration. Sometimes I publish five minutes after starting. There's no schedule or plan for this dim bulb.
It makes no difference when you hit the publish now button on a hub that you've written. The time frame for reading such a hub and it being indexed within search engines makes no difference. Once the hub is published, it will be available for the search terms(keywords/tags) used. Mostly, it only matters, with regards to when HP polls recently published hubs for it's newly published hubs lists, which is based on those who follow you. Your followers will receive an email giving them an updated list of people who have published new hubs.
by Alka Narula 4 years ago
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by Fay Favored 4 years ago
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by benzino84 9 years ago
Or is allowed?
by Victoria Lynn 4 years ago
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by Terry 5 years ago
I wrote a hub and was going to put a video in, but couldn't so I want to remove it from the capsule or whatever you call it and there are no instructions on how to remove it. Can anyone tell me what to do so I can publish the hub I wrote?T
by Robie Benve 7 years ago
What is the best time of the day to publish a hub?Is there a best time to publish a hub and get many initial views? (from potential hubhoppers) I noticed, for some hubs, hubhoppers most likely leave a review than later readers. Do you know if there is a Hubhopping peak time?
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