How many days a week do you spend on Hubpages?
This includes writing hubs, commenting on other hubs, sharing, and even writing up questions.
Seven days in a week because I am addicted to the Hubpages.
I visit Hubpages every day but the time I spend here varies alot. I might take 5 minutes to answer a question, 10 minutes to tweak an old hub, one hour to start and research a new hub. Some days I mix it up and do some reading, keep abreast of things.
I check out my stats every day. Time to time I also answer some questions or read other hubs. And of course, when I have an idea for an interesting hub I write it and publish it here.
Six days a week. I enjoy being on HubPages. I enjoy interacting with other hubbers, and I would rather spend time reading hubs than a magazine. I have learned a lot through the experiences shared on HubPages. I would be on HubPages seven days a week, except I force myself to break from it one day of the week. HubPages is addicting, so giving myself time away from it is my way of breaking away from my addiction.
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