Is it better to post several hubs in one day or to spread them out over several days?
I posted six hubs back to back the other day and this started me thinking. If I have written six or seven articles is it better to post them all at the same time or to post one a day or does it even matter? I'm curious if either way effects traffic and if it does which effects traffic more.
I receive more traffic by spreading them out, I am more of a niche writer so I try not to overwhelm my readers or social networks to much at once. In the long run it probably won't make a differance as the hubs age, but to get that spike of starter hits on my hub it pays to publish slower
I agree. If I like someones writing, I would be more interesting if they took a break between hubs. I think consistant hubs would be too much and I would quickly loose interest.
Some hubbers say two at the same time increase your traffic, income and the number of followers you will gain. So two are better than one in this case.
I find it's better to space out your hubs, rather than doing several at once. In April, I completed the 30 hubs / 30 days challenge, and ending up publishing 3-4 on one day for a few days. I found that those hubs got very little attention, because there were just so many to look at, at once. On the other hand, if I wait too long in between hubs, that is not good, either.
So, I think it's better to do no more than once a day, ideally.
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