How many Hubs per week does the average writer publish?

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  1. Ciccarone profile image70
    Ciccaroneposted 11 years ago

    How many Hubs per week does the average writer publish?

    Just an estimate...

  2. nochance profile image88
    nochanceposted 11 years ago

    I think the average is difficult to obtain being as there are two types of hubpages writers. And I find it easier to estimate on a monthly basis than a weekly one.

    There are some people on this site who write casually, when they get the chance, and for fun. My estimate for them is maybe 10 hubs or less a month.

    But there are also some people on the site who view this as a job, a way to make money, or a way to gain a reputation on the internet. They usually write 20-30 hubs a month or more depending on their real job.

    1. Ciccarone profile image70
      Ciccaroneposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks! Judging by your hubscore i'm assuming you know what your talking about haha. I myself will probably be in the middle. Anyways thanks for the answer, I appreciate it!

  3. moneytoplist profile image60
    moneytoplistposted 11 years ago

    Well, I have referred 120 new hubbers 3 months ago so I can see the stats of the number of published hubs. The have 16 published hubs, so it is less than 0.1 hub/hubber/3 months.

    Many people say 5% of people makes 95% of the work. I believe it is true for Hubpages too.

    1. Ciccarone profile image70
      Ciccaroneposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Wow, that'ts suprising!

  4. Rui Carreira profile image85
    Rui Carreiraposted 11 years ago

    Active writers tend to write more than 10 Hubs a month. But however, most of the registered members are people who thought this was a sure way to get famous or get money and so, when they found out it wasn't happening, they just left. Lots of registered members just got bored and left too... so its true that 5% do 95% of the work!

  5. LoisRyan13903 profile image62
    LoisRyan13903posted 10 years ago

    For me 2-3 a week published.  But I have about 17 that are ready to be published.  I am, however, waiting until I finished publishing the rest of my experiencing God hubs.  So it can be hard to estimate by the week.  I think I average about 10 a month.  At one time, for another site, I used to write 4 articles a day-on my days off-and took me about 1 to 2 hours.  I would have a list of things to write about prior to this and they were topic related.  For example, one time I wrote about 15 articles on bowling and all I would have to have was a couple of sites to research them.


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