What is your fastest time for writing a hub?
I'm usually slow - a few days at the least. But how fast are some of you Hubbers out there?
Depends on what am writing on. If its something that happened to me, it will be a quick one because no research is involved. It also depends on how long the hub will be. But i would say an average of 30 mins
Normally I take a complete day, i.e, 24 hours to write, edit, format and publish a hub.
I am not good in writing but usually 200 word on a topic in an hour or may be a day it depends on the topic...
If I already have the idea, like one of my mother's recipes, I can write a hub in an hour. More typically, it takes me half a day or longer depending upon the subject. Some hubs that I have seen, look like they were written in 15 minutes, but I don't usually bother to read them.
Well, it's like exposing a trade secret! ...However, I write mostly poems, and I remember to have composed some of them within 20 minutes or so. I am a picture-perfectionist, and to search that right picture for my poem, which is a legal picture, will take additional 20 minutes!
So 40 minutes in total.
To compose an article takes me weeks.
It is taking me longer all the time, as I realise that a good hub needs a lot of research. I have a few in draft that have been there a while and get added to whenever I gain new info.
My poems may take about an hour, as they are emotive.
My fastest time would be probably about ten minutes or so too, like Mrs. Hoffman said. I have some very short blogs which were more or less written as a train-of-thought piece of writing. It all depends on the style and tone I want to convey.
If I have something really bugging me or something funny coming to my head I am pretty quick and just "have to get it out" . But I suppose every writer needs its "muse" or a free head to be creative - one does not have that every day
My only poetry hub that I have up took me the least amount of time to write, roughly fifteen-ish minutes. I was walking around my kitchen deciding what to eat when it came to me. I jotted down the lines and decided to make it a hub. I think it took more time finding the right picture than it did writing the actual hub itself. Go figure.
I would say about half an hour. I never publish right away, though. I go back and double check it, making revisions if necessary. This time also doesn't include the time I spend doing keyword research, including links, and promoting it.
it depends. Sometimes, it takes 5 minutes to write and 30 minutes to proofread, find the right pic, add amazon products, etc. Probably the fastest took no more than ten minutes, and I think it was a recipe.
Probably the fastest I have ever written a hub is 3 hours, but I usually spend a lot longer and almost never publish the first day I've written one because I like to proofread multiple times.
I write slow I spend days on some of my hubs simply because I want to make sure the info Im putting out there is right and I want to say things in a certain way to be heard so my hubs take me quite a while to write wich is why I dont have very many
I think speed and quality, don't match that easily. Depends on what you write about, but in my case I need at least a week.
Writing poems is a different thing. The only one I wrote so far took two hours. Still I strongly believe in Evergreen content.
This sort of content usually takes time and energy. So far I feel it's worth the energy, making me feel proud of myself after finally publishing a new Hub.
by Jake Keeley 5 years ago
How long do you take on average to write a hub. I mean the whole process, research, writing etc. What would you say is the average for you?
by Trudy Cooper 3 years ago
Hi Hubbers,I am curious as to how long you would spend from start to finish on any particular hub, do you set yourself an amount of time to spend on it? Would you spend longer than one day on one hub?tlcs is curious!
by Lena M. 9 years ago
I'm new to Hubpages, as I joined about two weeks ago.I've been looking around and there are many quite prolific hubbers.I know that quality is what matters, but out of curiosity, how long do you spend writing each hub? Including any research, writing, editing.
by Daniele M Robbers 7 months ago
I was just wondering how long a hub takes you to write from concept to published? I am using hubpages as the start of my freelance writing career and I am working being more productive. I am also only doing my second hub now. I have an editor now so that will add time to the process still...
by Blogurl 6 years ago
How long does it take you to write a Hub?It will be interesting to learn how long each person takes to write a Hub. If I am really into a topic and the Hub ends up over 1000 words, it probably takes a little over an hour to write. How about for other Hubbers?
by Chasing Riley 6 years ago
What is the average amount of time it takes you to write a hub?
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