Should I put all my articles on HubPages the day their done?
I have been writing 4-5 Hubs a day, should I throw them all on at once, or slowly release them into the hubpage community?
Good question. As a newbie, I'd like to hear the answer to that, too!
I'd do them one a day - I find that Hubtraffic . . . decreases if I do too many too quickly.
But the honest fact of the matter is that you shouldn't care as much about Hubpages traffic as you do GOOGLE traffic.
The only thing to consider is that if . . . .people don't look at your hubs because you publish too many too quickly - that they won't hit those Facebook "like" things and won't take the time to "tweet" them.
Wesman - Like i said i am normally writing 4-5 hubs a day. So what i should do is have a ton unpublished and just toss 1-2 on a day when i did not get any hubs written?
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