How many Hubs do you average in a day or week? And how much time do you think yo

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  1. wendi_w profile image74
    wendi_wposted 7 years ago

    How many Hubs do you average in a day or week? And how much time do you think you spend on each one.

    I was attempting the 30 hubs in 30 day challenge. I have also heard of people who write up to 3 or more hubs a day. What do you think your average number of hubs are a day or week and how long do you spend on each one?
    Also I would like to know how many sources most people use when doing a Hub they have researched, so you do most of your research on the web or out of books?

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  2. LuisEGonzalez profile image86
    LuisEGonzalezposted 7 years ago

    I normally write a hub per day but never publish on a weekend, since traffic is almost non-existent.

    I do however, write a hub everyday and always have 10-15 unpublished hubs waiting to be published.

  3. Phil Plasma profile image75
    Phil Plasmaposted 7 years ago

    On average I write one per day, but in practice I'll write three or four in 36 hours and then not another one for two or three days.

    I don't usually take more than 10 to 25 minutes to write a hub, occasionally significantly less, and rarer, significantly more.  I do not do a lot of research for my hubs, at least, none of the ones I have written yet have required it.

  4. wendi_w profile image74
    wendi_wposted 7 years ago

    I had somewhat noticed that there isn't much traffic on the weekend, which is a problem for me since I write more on the weekends. I have been trying to do one at least a day. Normally I outline one at night and then edit it in the morning. I would like to try to do 2 or 3 a day but wonder if that is too much. On the other hand I am trying different styles and subjects to see what works best for me. I am just not sure what is going to work best for me .. Thank you for your answers

  5. Jason Oleinik profile image73
    Jason Oleinikposted 7 years ago

    I would LIKE TO write a hub a day, but I end up writing about one every 3-4 days. I spend an average of probably about 4-5 hours total writing, doing any additional research if needed, and then assembling everything with pictures.

    Most of the stuff I write is things I already know pretty well, so I usually don't have to do THAT much research.

 
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