At what time of the day do you usually publish your hubs?
In the morning, in the afternoon, or at night? I'm just curious.
Usually late morning or early afternoon for me. As side note, I have noticed a lot fewer hubs published during holidays. That might be a good time to get a new hub noticed.
Whenever I finish one. I don't like to leave them hanging, then it bugs me.
I mostly publish them early evening, that is the time I will be free.
Gosh, mine aren't done until they are just done. I've never been aware of the "done time" coming at any sort of regular interval.
Usually evening local time, as I live in the UK but for work purposes live my life by US East Coast time.
According to some more seasoned hubbers and some research the best times to publish are from 9:00am to 7:00pm EST in the US.
I do not have a set time. I publish them as soon as I have finished them.
Right after my Muse has grinned at me and said well done my son. And that can be at any time of the day, however I must say most of my scribes have been written late in the evenings.
I tend to publish mine in the morning. That way, I have the afternoon to post them to Twitter, Facebook, Digg, StumbleUpon, etc.
I usually try to post them on the weekends. Generally tend to find better response to them then when I've posted them during the week.
Posting them on the weekend means I can dedicate some time, going through all the others stuff, like SEO and marketing.
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