I check mine on a regular basis. Not all at once, but I do like to check on them from week to week. I make sure that the format is good and aligned trough the ads, I do lots of re-edits and I often tweak my titles. Sometime I go back and add more information that I have learned. There are so many reasons to monitor your Hubs! I suggest that everybody does it at least once a month.
I check for broken links, any additional tags I can add, and of course stats! I also check my view count quite a bit lol I haven't been here a while but it's exciting everyime it reaches another hundred, I feel like it's a big milestone.
I also check mine multiple times daily, checking the stats, how many visitors something i did instantly attracted. many different things there is hardly a day i do not check every article even proof read everyone again daily, to improve every writing i wrote, and improve my looking for errors.
I check my account two times a day, just to make sure traffic is rising, and share low score hubs with the followers.
My top Hubs I check out once a day, I think it's a habit. Maybe I'm hoping one day one of my Hubs will blast to the top. I also like to track which ones are doing good and which are doing poor to consider removing them.
Ever time I log on. Just to see if any comments have snuck in.
I may or may not open the article itself. I check stats to see about traffic rising/falling I check to see how the article is being received. If there are commnets I answer them. I have even taken down a few articles that I thought in hind sight were not good enough. I also log in to see if there are questions I can answer or to hop hubs. All these things are important. They each give me a perspective and help me to be a better writer.
I check my hubs daily and sometime share with my followers...
atleast two times a day i check it.
i check my at least twice per day, simple because i love reading my works too, reading it helps me to realize some error and i can always make corrections.
I check my own work way too often. I re-read my latest hubs to see if any changes should be made. I check my stats every morning to see if I made any money. WARNING: This can be depressing!
I will log in atleast twice daily.check for the comments,additional tags, hub scores and also for the status of traffic.
I check my articles on on my sites a couple of times a day to see if any of them need more promotion. I also respond to a few questions or comment on hubs while I'm on the site.
I check my hubs daily and sometimes more then once. I like to reread and see if there is anything better to add, check stats, and of course, proofread. Reading work that you have done and published is also great motivation to keep on writing!
Till sure the content is good. And sometimes when have to reply others comments on my post.
by Debby Bruck 6 years ago
How many times a day do you check in to your Hubpages account?Are you logged on permanently all day and night? Do you receive email notifications that you click all day long? Have you set aside certain hours to check it? How much time do you spend on Hubpages responding, reading other works,...
by Joseph Davis 7 years ago
How many times a day do you check your hub stats? And which matters more to you, views or comments?Am I the only person who is constantly checking their hubpages statistics??
by Nell Rose 10 months ago
I recently noticed that one of my hubs was taking forever to be edited. It had been at the top of google for years or near the top. So I mentioned it on here and now its done so thank you for that. But......I looked to see how many times it had been edited. 6!Why? and why are lots of my other hubs...
by Sky321 8 years ago
How many times a day do you check the Feed on hubpages?
by PMS9 8 years ago
How many times in a day you visit Hubpages? and Why?
by PADMENDRA S R 4 years ago
How many times an article is filtered?When some of your articles which were displaying a good statistic figure since long, are suddenly downgraded to a non feature quality, what a writer should do, either delete or upgrade them?
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