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How many times a day do you check in to your Hubpages account?

  1. Debby Bruck profile image76
    Debby Bruckposted 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, besides writing your own articles?

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  2. David 470 profile image84
    David 470posted 6 years ago

    I spend a good bit of time on HubPages because I make decent money on here. Not all my time is actually spent writing articles though. I might be in the forums or looking over hubs to see how they are doing.

    Sometimes I use Youtube and read other articles on the internet to get ideas for new hubs, or do small research for upcoming topics etc.

  3. G Miah profile image82
    G Miahposted 6 years ago

    I'm logged on all the time!!!

    I always check of any updates if i can spare some time either at work or at home! Even in bed on my iPhone before go to sleep! It's just fantastic to see how many views i get and the earnings aswell, the best feeling is when i see the graph going uphill!!!

  4. TattooKitty profile image84
    TattooKittyposted 6 years ago

    I try to log in at least once a day to respond to comments and read new hubs.  It's definitely easier for me to do during the week (as my weekends are usually spent outdoors), yet I must admit that HP is always on my mind.  I try to make sure I bring my camera wherever I go (just in case I find something visual that will inspire a new hub topic.) 

    The writing just seems to happen naturally...if I have something to say or share, I'll sit behind the computer until it's done.  Most of my time is spent editing (as I have this fear of finding grammatical/spelling errors in my work.)  Sometimes, I'll even stay up until the wee hours of the morning perfecting a hub before publishing.  I just can't click "publish" until I've gone over every single sentence at least a dozen times (and I'll even go back after it's published to make sure I didn't miss anything.)  Perhaps I suffer from publishing OCD?

    As for the emails, I just skim through them before deleting.  They tend to fill up my inbox pretty quickly!!

  5. mrsolutions profile image61
    mrsolutionsposted 6 years ago

    I Am new to it so its very exciting for me and i am usually logged in all the time on my iphone so i can track everything.

  6. Millionaire Tips profile image91
    Millionaire Tipsposted 6 years ago

    I check several times a day, although I am trying to wean myself away from checking, and moving to writing more hubs.

  7. JEDIJESSICUH profile image79
    JEDIJESSICUHposted 6 years ago

    I try and keep track of my daily views. When I wake up in the morning I check to see how many views I'm starting with and throughout the day I'll return a few times to see how far it's gone up. If it's a particularly good day I'll come back every hour when I know the number changes and see what's up.

  8. lady rain profile image93
    lady rainposted 6 years ago

    I check my Hubpages account at least once a day to read other hubs and comments. I have not published a hub for a couple of weeks but it is good to see a constant flow of traffic views to my hubs plus an increase in earnings as well.

  9. profile image0
    Elaina Griniasposted 6 years ago

    I spend a lot of time on here.  It gets time consuming.  I want to make money and get more viewers, and it sometimes seems frustrating because I'm not seeing fast results.  So I read other hubs and things that take up a lot of time too.

  10. MoiraCrochets profile image81
    MoiraCrochetsposted 6 years ago

    I spend about four hours in HP when I am writing a hub. When I'm not, about 30 minutes checking other hubbers hubs and questions. I check my HP account the moment I see a PC with an internet connection.

  11. Bitingtruths profile image58
    Bitingtruthsposted 6 years ago

    I have never counted but, I think I check 10 times in a day.

  12. Cardia profile image93
    Cardiaposted 6 years ago

    Once or twice, but they're long periods of time! I would check my account updates, as well as participate in the Forums and the Questions/Answers section, plus read some other Hubs.

  13. wheelinallover profile image78
    wheelinalloverposted 5 years ago

    In the 20 months I have been publishing here it has changed often. Lately it is once a day because I am constantly looking for something to share. When hubs are posted to my facebook group I always come into Hub pages to read and leave a comment.

    Lately I am finding more on my Google + account because I receive two "daily newspapers" published by hubbers. If I find anything of interest I will pop over to read the hub.

    For some reason I am answering more questions now too when I am on hub pages. If I feel I have something to add worth reading I may spend an hour or two answering questions.

    One of the reasons I believe I do this is sometimes a question will inspire a hub or an article for my website blog. I dislike depending on Wikipedia for anything. There are rare times I can't find a hub which requires me to use it.

    My final answer is as many times a day as I find something of interest through my social media, then once a day to look for something to share and answer questions. It has been as high as twenty and as low as one.

 
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