What time of day do you use hubpages most?
I only get to check out hp in the evenings (UK time), after dinner usually, and just wondered what time of day most people are here.
(I realise that as this is an international community regional time variations will apply)
I have mine open all day, and check on it periodically. I need to access my links, or maybe a link to a really great hub.
I like getting on in the mornings Western Australian time , If I am not working then I check on and off all day , At the moment I am getting long hours at a supermarket so can't be here as much as I would like.
I also spend time taking photos, putting links on face book etc.
4-6 pm...right after work and before family time...or my other writing jobs.
Naptime is usually when I log on...so, midafternoon. I check everything again at night when my husband is home to help with the kids.
Usually in the morning and then early afternoon. Once in a while I get on while dinner is cooking.
I check mostly in the morning. Though I do come on throughout the day to see if my views have gone up or anything.
It is at evening to late night. Depends on the size of articles.
Well, it depends where I am. When I´m in the Philippines, I usually do it at night time after dinner as I´m in the garden at noon time. In Germany, I usually be on hubpages in the afternoon and mostly at night.
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