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Does it matter when a Hub is published?
Does it matter if you publish in the morning or evening or on Moday, Saturday or Sunday? In other words, so you get more readers if you publish at a certain time of the week or day?
I am new to hubpages but I noticed that when I published my first hub in the afternoon around 5 PM it got more views for the entire day. I think people are busy with work and school before 5 PM.
There seems to be some truth to the statement that people react to social media in a similar way as they do to radio. In other words, people listen to the radio more often while driving to work, during lunch, on the commute home. People catch up with daily events on Facebook, before work, during lunch, after dinner and Sunday mornings.
Perhaps, people respond to Hubs in a like-manner. I like to read a few articles with my morning cup of coffee and before I call-it-a-day.
When I was publishing here I avoided launching on the weekend because that tends to be low traffic for my topics. There are readers from all time zones, but it seemed to me that daytime PST was more active. Different topics can vary -- and so can general trends. I've heard gaming and some topics do well on the weekend, and I just had the highest-earning Saturday ever this past week.
I guess time of publishing does not matter .. because readership depends on the time availability of a reader...we have different availability of our time...we read according to the spare time we have. I believed during night time or weekends is when our readership increase. for most got the chance to open and sit in front of PC.
by Sleepylog2 years ago
For months I published no hubs and my hubber score sat around 96, in the last month I published three hubs, all of which are featured and each time I published one my hubber score dropped by two points, it's now down to...
by Stacy Harris6 years ago
Is there a benefit to waiting to publish your hub?Is there a benefit for waiting for your hub score to become higher before hitting the publish button? I noticed if it takes awhile to get everything arranged that...
by Stephanie Hicks9 years ago
Hi all - its been a while since I've been on the forums. I'd love to see a new feature that would allow us to schedule a hub to be published. When editing a hub, the score tends to drop a bit, and I...
by sjwigglywoo6 years ago
Is anyone holding back on doing any new hubs? I am working on one but fear publishing yet
by Luis E Gonzalez5 years ago
I just completed a one year study of the best times for me (my time zone) to publish a hub in order to gather the most initial one day views. I have found that when I publish a hub at 2:30 pm (Florida time/Pacific time)...
by Faith Reaper3 years ago
When the stats are frozen, as they are now, is it best to not publish a hub?Being the stats have been frozen for about two days now, would it be best to wait to publish a hub after they start moving again? Thank...
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