Do you perform some type of Hub activity on a daily basis?
Whether it is answering a question, commenting on a hub or writing a new hub, do you try to interact with HubPages on a daily basis?
I usually do some kind of activity daily - especially at the moment as I'm doing the apprenticeship. But I also like to keep up with my favourite writers as well so if I'm not writing myself I like to read their hubs and leave comments and so on. I tend to visit Hub Pages after I see to my e-mails, it's like a daily routine now.
I read every new hub of my followers even though I am at times several days behind. I also try to read 3-5 new hubs a day of non-followers. I always respond to comments in my hubs. And I forever check my stats.
Wow...now that is not only dedication, but certainly something I could never accomplish. Good for you!
I have to comment here also. Reading each of your followers' hubs is amazing. I admire your commitment to doing that. I could never work that in. Excellent!
At the very minimum, I do the "housekeeping" stuff on a daily basis - approving/responding to comments, check answers to questions I've asked, and so on.
Yes, I do alteast opening the acount and checking my author score
Not daily... my life and my schedule does not allow for this. But, I 'think' of HP daily. I have a notebook I keep with me that I jot ideas for hubs in; I also keep my camera with me and shoot away when something catches my eye for future hubs.
Ideally, I would have my computer up all day long, I would be HOME working, and I would be minus one family member living with me to absorb so much of my time with his neediness.
Yes I try to do at least something positive on a daily basis, but I don't always succeed!
Yes, some type of Hub activity everyday has become a habit or a regular routine, if you may call it like that. Asking questions, writing answers, commenting and reading other's hubs is a daily affair and I am happy if I am able to write one hub per week/ a fortnight. But there is more to life apart from the online world, which needs my attention. So it depends, how much time I can manage, depending upon the priorities.
Yes, but not writing: improving a hub, answering questions, backlinking etc. Writing is less frequent because I need to do the research.
Yes. It's usually responding to a post on a forum, sometims answering a question. I do write hubs. But yes, almost every day I do something on HubPages.
Yes, I visit Hub Pages everyday. There is tons of interesting reading here. I get nearly as much out of visiting the answer pages as I do the hub articles.
I log in every day. Some days I spend minutes here, some days hours. It all depends on how much time I have. I would spend much more time on HubPages if it was possible. I really like reading and writing here.
Although I have a very tight schedule, I do try to check out my hubs, read my comments and check out the hubs of those I am following. If I can, I try to hop as much as possible as well, but I don't always get that far.
Yes either, writing a hub, reading them, updating them, answering questions or commenting. There is so much to do here I find it nearly impossible not to show up everyday.
Yes, I always try to do something on hubpages every day. Somedays I might be busy and only have time to answer a question or respond to a comment, but I feel it is important to stay active in the community as much as possible.
I also like to read other hubs and see what people are up to on here. Most days, time permitting, I will work on one of my unpublished hubs. I like to push myself to accomplish something each day, no matter how small the task.
Each day I review my Hub statistics to see were my traffic is comming from, which Hubs are not very active, and which Hubs have low scores. I try to update and improve at least five hubs every day. I also hop Hubs and try to add a few Hubbers to follow who have similar interests. I answer questions if I feel qualified to do so. Then I sit down to finish any Hubs that I am working on. Quality is far more important than quantity.
Yes, definitely. It is easy for me because I work at home on my computer all day long. I am constantly re-proofreading my hubs and finding mistakes. It seems to be a never-ending process. I try to add at least one hub a week and do some hub hopping, although I don't enjoy the new way nearly as much and don't do it nearly as often as I did before it was changed. Before, it was fun. It seems more like work now. But to answer the question, yes, I do.
I try to go through a few hubs to check for typos, grammatical errors etc. Quite recently, Hubpages have included two additional symbols( Zs & clockwise and ant-clockwise arrows) for hubs that are not doing well and those that are idling, respectively. I have been spending some time trying to transform or update these poorly performing hubs as much as I can. Occasionally, I also try to answer a few questions if I think I have useful or appropriate answers. It's a pleasure to comment on hubs now and then, if the subject matter is one that I can add any meaning conversation to.
I absolutely do!! I love it here- I very much enjoy the interactions with other Hubbers, I adore reading and learning new stuff- it's become better than facebook for me (finally, since that was sucking the life out of me). I have developed a major love affair with HubPages. Please don't tell my other half that
Are you here daily?
I try to at least come by daily and pin a couple pins. My only consistency is inconsistency, but I think that is the best thing about Hubpages. The when and where you decide.
I definitely check my stats at least once a day. I also try to finish many of the hubs I have remaining unpublished but then I find myself searching new hubs and catching up with followers. I have become addicted to hp. I do not answer a lot of questions but do browse questions and answers from time to time.
I am a hubaholic and yes I read others hubs everyday. I'd like to be able to write a new hub daily but I don't always have the time to do so. I also visit the forums to see what is going on and I am a hub greeter so I try to do that as well on a daily basis. So to answer your question. Yes I am here on a daily basis performing some type of hub activity.
Only when I'm at home. Then I look at questions, at new hubs of hubbers I follow and check my own hubs, maybe to update them or look at comments. I also draft hubs but don't usually write hubs when I'm away as wifi is not always available. I like to keep a daily check on my profile and hub scores too.
Yes I have been here almost everyday for over three years. To begin with I did the 30 hubs in 30 days for about a year! Having written hundreds, most are now removed. I have found my ground now.
Yes. Involvement is really helpful. I'm also addicted to checking my stats...
I do! While I might not be able to sit down everyday and write, I am doing odds and ends from my phone. Since I do a lot of DIY and recipe type hubs, I'm taking pictures daily of what I'm working on and those projects and pictures turn into hubs during that given month.
I dont get time to work on hubpages. However, I do check my traffic and earnings at least once in a day. When I get time, I interact with other hubbers.
I will check my HubPages account daily, but I do not always read an entire article. It all depends on how much time I have and what else I have going on at the moment.
I had to withdraw from the Apprenticeship Program due to other commitments (it's harvest time) so I have not been writing as much as I should be. Perhaps when winter sets in I will be able to write more - I do have some ideas sitting in the back of my mind.
I am also trying to get my alpaca fiber processed, so that in itself takes up time. Too many things to do and not enough time to do them.
Oh dear......Mr. pagesvoice......what a question. I do, I do and I do.......perform all types of "Hub activity," on a daily basis......sometimes, hourly.....as in: read hubs and comment......reply to comments left for me.....answer questions.....read HP news, hub hop, edit my hubs, write a hub, cruise around like a teen with a new car and absolutely no other responsibilities.........Oh yes, I sure do......Why do you ask, pages............DO YOU HAVE A CURE???? Send me some before it's too late for me!! Thanks!
I have been trying to - even if it is just spending a few minutes.
I make an attempt to visit several times a day, especially if I get a notification about a hub or question I am interested in. I am new, so I am trying to do as much as possible to gain a larger audience.
Yes, just about every day. I publish a hub on most days, but if not I try to at least comment, answer a question, respond to comments people left on my hubs, etc.
Not lately, time did not allow.
On upward climb to daily writing, publishing Hubs, visiting Hub Pages.
Will keep placing one word in front of the other!
Yes I try to interact daily by reading new hubs of my followers and those I follow and comment where I can. I check my own hubs as well daily to see if there are any updating needed or comments to read and reply on. I would like it to be a constant habit of reading and commenting on a hub on a daily basis.
Yes it is better than other activities on the internet for me to allot my time to computer connection and to my hobby time.Hub has a time allotted in my work.
Checking my earnings, moderating comments are my two daily HP activities.
I do something on ONE of my publishing platforms every day, whether it's revamping old articles or writing new content. At the beginning of 2012, I set a goal of 150 new articles by year's end, and 50 articles revamped. At this point I need to write 2.5 new articles a week to stay on track.
Every Sunday, I tally up and record sales, traffic, stats for my articles for the week so I can see longterm trends, what's working and what's not.
Yes, even if I don't write a hub, I will update an older one, comment on other hubs or answer some questions. I make sure to do something on Hubpages every day.
I log on to Hub Pages on a daily basis most of the time but I am not always active when I log on - meaning I don't always read hub or comment on them or answer questions, etc. Sometimes I just check what's going on with my hubs and if there are any comments on my hubs that I need to approve.
I log on everyday to check my stats and reply to comments and if I have time I read some hubs and answer questions. I only write new hubs at the weekend though as that takes a lot more time.
pagesvoice That is a yes for me. Hubpages gets into your blood, at least for me it has. When I turn on the computer the first place I go is hp. From there I usually read at least a couple of hubs, check my account activity and or answer comments so on. Then if I do not get lost on other sites mine included I will start a hub or edit one I have written. I have gotten better and spend less time at the hubs, other priorities in life. I have figured out if I intend to publish a hub that is first prioity write, then go hub hopping. One could spend hours jsut reading and commenting, which I have done on several occassions.
Great question I will need to read the other answers. Thank You pagevoice. God Bless your journey at these here hub pages. I will have to visit your neighborhood. Hugs Galore.
Since I joined the AP, I have been Interacting with HubPages on a daily basis. My interactions include writing a hub at least every three days and finding ideas for the titles which I intend to write.
Whenever I´m online; I try to answer from one to two questions, as well as a reply for the comments I sometimes receive on my hubs.
Yes. Every day I do something on HubPages. I don't spend a huge chunk of time on HubPages. I just come in and out throughout the day. If I'm not writing a hub, then I'm connecting with other hubbers - a wonderful group of people.
I try to do SOMETHING everyday. At the moment, I'm striving to make at least 5 hubs a week.
And for those days that I just can't muster up the motivation to write a hub, I either work on backlinks for my published hubs, or I go around answering questions or writing on hubs.
For example today, I meant to write a hub but I just got so sidetracked with cleaning the house that I ended up not doing it, and by now I just lost motivation. So, I worked on a couple backlinks and made the outline for tomorrows hub.
Yes, I try to answer questions, visit the forums and comment on hubs at least once a day. It helps staying in touch with the people you follow and checking out new hubs.
I log on daily, even if it is simply to check my stats and to check comments. I do like to check out hubs written by my favourite authors as often as I can though.
Yes, I do. Some times i engage in writing then other day reading others hub and leaving comments. Sometimes i promote my Hubs to sites like Digg, Delicious, Stumbleupon, Reddit, Pinterest, Tumblr etc. Sometimes i review my Hubs and their traffic statistics and other parameters.
i have started it jst 2day ..hope so i will do it on daily basis
Yes I'm here just about everyday, and currently I'm going through a phase of answering interesting questions.
Yes, I am on HubPages every day, I would like to say I am writing away, a Hub a day, but it is mainly maintenance and keeping up with my followers, following, etc. I love reading the new hubs of my faves and commenting on them. Keeps me humble.
I was not active in hubpages but today while answering some question I found that it is very interesting, so from today onwards I will spend some time in forum and answer section on daily basis.
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