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How much time do you spend, on average, writing a hub?
Is there a specific part of a hub that you have problems with?
It depends on the subject matter that I am writing about and how many times I am interrupted while writing. Most hubs I have written in a hour or less.
The typing is mechanical. No more than 45 minutes. It is usually 30 minutes. The thinking and the organizing in my mind, it depends..sometimes 5 to 10 hours of thinking, not continuously...
It depends on the subject matter and how much research I have to do. Usually a couple of hours and I don't publish on the day I write, I leave it for a day or so and reproof, then I publish.
After reading the other answers... I have to say that I take way too long! I might have to consider less research. I would love to get a hub done in an hour or two!
About three hours of constant work. I can write a hub in a shorter time than I can write on any other platform (other than perhaps my blog).
It usually takes me two days to start and publish a hub. I spend a few hours researching it, and getting a good title. It only takes me around half an hour to type up the hub, but I sometimes find it tricky to find photographs that I can use. It takes me a while to organize the article and get it sounding the way I want it to.
Completely depends on the subject matter. Usually it takes me an hour or more. But everyone have different strategies and thinking.
Many hours to write one hub -- that include research and fact checking and proof reading and setting photos. Probably on average 4 hours per hub.
by plusMinus4 years ago
How much time do you spend to create a hub?This is just a simple question to know. I just want to make sure whether I am slow compared to other hubberers or it just take much time to create.All hubs up-to today's...
by Jake Keeley4 years ago
How long do you take on average to write a hub. I mean the whole process, research, writing etc. What would you say is the average for you?
by Daniele M Robbers8 weeks ago
I was just wondering how long a hub takes you to write from concept to published? I am using hubpages as the start of my freelance writing career and I am working being more productive. I am also only doing my second...
by Natasha Pelati2 years ago
When looking for information on a hub topic it is good to make sure that the information is accurate and that you have done your homework because there is nothing worse than reading an article that has false...
by Trudy Cooper3 years ago
Hi Hubbers,I am curious as to how long you would spend from start to finish on any particular hub, do you set yourself an amount of time to spend on it? Would you spend longer than one day on one hub?tlcs is curious!
by Mary Craig5 years ago
How much time do you spend on Hub Pages each day?I don't mean on the computer or the Internet, just Hub Pages....reading, writing, whatever.
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