For me it takes about 20 minutes to 2 hours. Well, after that I try to find all the spelling mistakes, what might take 10 minutes more. Since I have only written 5 hubs, I am probably going to answer this better after a month or so! :]
Sometimes a day or two. I can get one in, in a day, but I think too much about what to write about. Then when I do write I look it over and over and change it, try and shorten it and take out extra words. I wish I could do more but I figure working on quality is better than quantity.
If I stay focused on one hub and nothing else, it would take about an hour and a half. However, I usually work on my hubs in small bursts between family responsibilities and my real job. Considering this, each hub takes many hours, sometimes several days.
For me its maximum 2 days. If i am writing on Food or Travel, I complete it fast because they are my topics of interest. When i Write on Business, i take atleast 2 days.
I take as long as I think is necessary. Obviously, within a realistic time frame. It depends on the topic. If its a personal life story then less time. If its something that requires research. Then I take the time to get the facts right. Great question.
if i have the topic then within one day i can write and without topic no time.
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