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How much time and effort do you put into researching information to write a hub?

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    adaviliposted 5 years ago

    How much time and effort do you put into researching information to write a hub?

  2. rutley profile image74
    rutleyposted 5 years ago

    Hardly any....................................................I hope that doesn't mean they're bad!

  3. Omnivium profile image79
    Omniviumposted 5 years ago

    Not much. I just write what I know about, and sometimes I'll have another tab open while I'm writing with some information if I need it.

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    hlwarposted 5 years ago

    A LOT! Of course the age old saying is true: write what you know. But even so, I still like to make sure my articles are well researched and CORRECT. Sometimes just because it's in my head, or I think I've read something somewhere, doesn't mean it's 100% accurate. I always write with several windows open with valuable resources, links, and a search engine.

  5. afriqnet profile image51
    afriqnetposted 5 years ago

    I can openly say that the more time I spend on writing any Hub the more successful the Hub becomes. There is a positive correlation between the amount of the time you spend writing the Hub and the success of that Hub as measured by traffic and earning. My highest earning Hub receives a traffic of 200-500 per day and it is ranked in the first place(position one for that long tail keyword) in Google.
    When I was writing this hub I spend more than 5 hours on it .

    I began with a very comprehensive Keyword Research, I analyzed the Keyword, took the related Keywords and made them Tags for the Hub, wrote a good summary and then submitted the URL to Google.

    What am I saying here: The success of a Hub Depends with the Time you spend on it. I am willing to give a detailed account to anyone who would wish to know more about this.
    Thank you and I hope this helps someone
    Dr Joe