I definitely have no idea when is the best time to publish your hubs but common sense will tell me it is early in the morning when netizens are waking up checking updates online and of course other news.
I don't think there is a best time really. If I post a hub morning my time, it will be middle of the night for other hubbers. The locations of Hubbers are diverse so whenever you post, someone will be on Hub Pages ready to read your hub!
Any time i believe. Quality hub published any time always attract more readers
There are peak times when there are more readers, but those are also times when there are more hubs being published. If you are new I believe it is better to publish at the times when fewer people are on like in the middle of the night. This way you don't have to compete as much with higher rated hubbers whose pages will show up on hot and best, and latest hubs won't immediately push yours down. If you are higher rated then peak times like in the mornings or afternoons might be better. For time zone differences it is only English hubs so go with time zones in North America or Europe based upon your topic.
It could be several time during the day .After 9 pm the west coast it settling down and reading and in the morning people are refreshed and may be more interested in reading.
After you've written it But seriously, what does it matter unless you are only writing for other hubbers. It'll take time for google to index it and you have no control over whether that happens in hours or days.
People are always trying to beat the system, no matter the venue may be. For me...and I can only speak for myself...the best time to publish an article is when it is done, polished and proof read.
This is a great question and the answers are awesome. I publish like pagesvoice suggests mostly. Yet, I have friends worldwide too. Some I have a desire to be the first to read at times, so I consider their world clock.
Audience is a 'key' I guess I am saying. I believe there is the audience and the readership. So, I tend to publish for the audience first. How the audience is defined for each article comes into play. I know some of my hubber friends are in like Ohio, work nights, and have kids to get to school. So, about what time would that audience be sitting down with a cup of coffee or tea and visiting hubpages visits my mind.
Others, I know live a hectic pace with business or work, teachers and who knows. I haven't a cell or smart phone, yet they do. So, when to alert them of a que becomes some thought too.
In a round about way the friends you make along the way are going to be the best advertisers for you. Their willingness to share along the way will help you out as the phenomena of reciprocity comes into play and a little faith in the cosmos.
Google will help you along the way especially with practice adding up to experience multiplied by friends and family regarding readership, time does tell in most cases. Yet, if you wrote for a specific audience, then take three deep breaths, give thought of that audience, then plan the next move. Everything else is just icing and jirel you are the baker of that cake.
by Sajib 7 years ago
I do not think about the time for posting my hub. I just publish my hub when I have completed that properly.
by Carolee Samuda 5 years ago
I was hub hopping and had to flag a few hubs for being substandard (word count). One hub had exactly 10 words and 2 photos. There should be a way the system prevents you from publishing a hub like that except if it's in the poetry section.
by Michelle Liew 5 years ago
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by Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago
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