About how many Hubs a week do full time Hubbers post?
I'm only a part timer but publish about ten a month and just recently eclipsed the 10,000 page view level . . . wahoo!
If I did it full time I'd want to write at least two a day, if I were to work eight hours a day.
Good question I post around 3 but i just started 2 months ago. If i didnt have two boys at home i would try for one a day.
I'm actually guessing not many as i mainly do this as a hobby I am not speaking from experience (well not yet you have to live in hope). They must write, re-write, double check, research and look for pictures and related videos and then do it all over again (some even make their own videos/photos). Thats after they know all about a topic either through experience or research. Then theres back linking, adding the hub to search engines, twitter, facebook etc.
Add on the time revising articles, deleting or upgrading poorer articles and answering comments, approving comments.
I going to go for 1 to 2 excellent articles a week lets see if any of the full timers do tell.
I also expect it takes a few weeks or perhaps even months for a hub to filter through the web and gain a popular placing in the search engines so feedback takes a lot longer then you initally think.
Hmm, I'd imagine a full time hubber (assuming they're "working" 8 hours per day Mon-Fri) would produce at least two to three hubs each day, so maybe 10-15/week?, or 40-60/month. That seems like a lot though, and I don't think that many hubbers spend so much time or write that much each month!
I'm a "whenever-i-have-time" hubber, and I usually put out two or three out a week at the moment between school and work. Works for me pretty well right now, and I'm hoping to be able to publish at least 5 a week eventually
There's not going to be a "right" answer to this question.
Look, if I want to get back into publishing acoustic guitar reviews here, then I could put out two or three a day, that they'd be GOOD too. You see, that subject isn't any work for me - I know it, and can just "bust it out" at will.
Everyone should they think about it - will realize that they too have a valid niche like that they can just produce in and do well enough with.
...but I personally like to learn things, and when one is learning new information it's difficult to create something concerning what one has only just learned instantly.
So it's all a matter of priorities, really.
by sam24354 2 years ago
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by Dan W Miller 2 years ago
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by lovetherain 12 months ago
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by rob_allen 6 years ago
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by Victoria Van Ness 5 years ago
How many hubs do you traditionally write in a week?I started out strong writing a handful every single week when I got started, but then had to consider other ways to make money. lol Now I feel successful if I can get 2-3 written a week. How about you? Am I really slacking?
by Romeo Antolin 4 years ago
How many hubs per week do you publish?I'm getting a lot of free time lately and I think I have the capacity to publish 2-3 hubs a day. How many hubs do you publish on a weekly basis? I'm in the process of experimenting and trying to increase traffic for my hubs. Any input is appreciated.
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