How much time spent hopping hubs, etc?
How many hours do you spend hopping, on questions, and in the forums each week, compared to the amount you spend writing?
I spend about 6 hours per day on hubpages... if not more. Sometimes hopping hubs, reading hubs or working on my own hubs... I think it is time well spent... but then I am spoiled and get to work from home!
I spend 75% of my time writing, because of the pressing need for the information that I write on health related issues, business approaches or theological issues. I do which that I had more time to read but the demand for my writing is really great.
I just hopped about 20 or so hubs and read only two of them entirely. Maybe about 10-15 minutes a day, or less. I try to hop hubs every day. It is amazing the kinda stuff you find people making hubs about.
I spend at least half an hour hopping and answering questions every day. I don't usually publish more than 2 hubs per week so I spend less time writing my own hubs that I spend on other activities on the site.
Between typing and creating hubs, reading the tutorials in the learning center, hub hopping, answering (the very few so far ) comments on my hubs, and posting reactions to the hubs I've read, I spend about four hours a day on hub pages. For the actual research and writing of my own hubs, I spend between one and two hours...but so far I have only published on issues I already know very, very well.
I usually hop 3-5 hubs a day. If I don't plan on writing anything that day, I might hop as many as 10. But usually, I try to read a few on the home page, too.
I normally hop through about 20-30 hubs a day. This site is blocked from work so I can only check at night after my kids have gone to bed. As such, not a lot of time available!
by Natasha Pelati 2 years ago
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by Mary Craig 5 years ago
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by Nancy Owens 6 years ago
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by mega1 6 years ago
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by seriousnuts 7 years ago
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