I spend almost all of my time writing either hubs or answers, I've rarely had time to read which is why I'm not going to disrespect someone by following them.
I would say I split the time almost equally nowadays. Earlier I was writing more and reading less but as I gained more followers. I tend to at least read a hub each of hubbers who have commented on mine to comment on theirs.
I think it's very necessary that one reciprocates this gesture.
I spend more time on hubpages reading questions and the latest hubs posted by hubbers. They give me lot of encouragement to write more.
It's kind of 50-50 most days. But when I'm on the final draft of a hub, then it's writing that will take up most of my time.
I spend more time writing when I'm here. But I also try to find interesting questions and forums to participate in where people share similar interests.
I enjoy reading more than writing and I spend most of the time reading and commenting and participating on the forum.
i spend some time reading 5 hubs a day and writing 2 hubs a week. So, i don't earn much on hub earnings.
I joined a few weeks ago. I have been spending more time writing hubs than reading. And, I do want to write more hubs, not sure on what yet, but thinking about it.
I would like to spend more time writing than reading, but here lately I've been doing a bit more reading than writing. I do have an article underway now that I should be working on, but as you can see, I'm answering your question right now.
Definitely reading. My writing is somewhat sporadic. Some hubs I think about or prepare for for a long time before I actually write. But I read almost every day. Perhaps it would be better if I spent more time writing, but honestly, I don't.
I do more reading hubs than to write. When I read hubs, I learned more things about the happenings and issues around the world especially on the field of photography and religion.
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by lex123 8 years ago
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