How many hubs is too many?
Sometimes, I see people with 50+ and they've only been here for a couple weeks. Isn't that a lot to go through, not only for the writers, but the readers too? What do you think? What do you think is the appropriate amount of hubs in a week?
I would guess the answer to that varies with each indivdiual. Because the writers on the HubPages is so diverse I believe you will see a divsersty in wiritng and in publilcations.
I think that the average is 3 hubs per week. And I surpass double that many days. Since these aricles are read by google and bing and ther search engines I would imagine that it doesn't matter how many article you publish as long as you publish.
If you focus on your own work it will not matter to you. Just be the best writer you can be.
As much as you can. It must be good and according to the hub standard. then only it will be published.
My advice is to write as many hubs that is comfortable for you. I try to write as many as I can, of course aiming for quality instead of strictly quantity, especially when I'm in the mood, and have time to do so.
You can post as many quality articles as you wish to produce. They are all welcome and if someone doesn't want to read all of your articles, that is fine. Someone will find them interesting. You will learn which are not of interest and quit publishing that type.
There is no such thing as too many. But when you enter in a hub competition the rule often says you cannot post more than five hubs in a day.
I don't think there is any such thing as too many hubs. It just depends on the quality of the hubs. If they are poorly written, then it isn't a good idea to create so many. If you can write 2 or 3 hubs a day and they're all good, I say go for it.
Sometimes I write a few in a day, but if I know I won't have time to write any for a while, I will wait and publish a hub a day or a hub every other day.
I suspect with some hubbers, they already have articles written and that is why they have so many to post on this site in a short period of time. Some people get feed up with other sites and remove all their articles to put them on this site.
I average one new Hub a week. I'd love to be able to do more but I simply don't have enough free time.
...Although now that I've said that, I realize that it's been over two weeks since I last published one. I guess that means I should get back to work, eh??
by W. Christopher 8 years ago
to have left sitting in your HubBox, undone?Right now, I have 47 of them to complete.
by Dan W Miller 2 years ago
I have created a pitiful 29 hubs in four years. But I'm a lot more active on facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google Search. You people MUST LIVE ON HERE! How in the world do you find subjects for crying out loud? You must be just writing for writing sake. In order to write something, I have to FEEL IT,...
by Enoch Kane 2 years ago
Writing hubs is not just writing any article, but you need to be precise in your information, so how many hubs can you write in a day?
by Jcpuddles 4 years ago
Hey all,I have about seven hubs ready to go but I'm hesitant to publish them all at once. Has anyone had experience with publishing multiple in a single day? I know some hubbers are taking on 100 hubs/month as a challenge.More or less, how many is too many to publish in a single day?Thanks
by Romeo Antolin 5 years ago
How many hubs per week do you publish?I'm getting a lot of free time lately and I think I have the capacity to publish 2-3 hubs a day. How many hubs do you publish on a weekly basis? I'm in the process of experimenting and trying to increase traffic for my hubs. Any input is appreciated.
by dyesebel10 9 years ago
I can do up to 4 hubs. I can do more on vacation or when I retire from my job someday.
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