How much time do you spend hubbing on average?
Hubbing can get highly addictive, and especially if you have a great deal of free time on your digital hands, so if you can let us in on your hubbing frequency if you can manage to remember the time you allocate to all forms of hubbing, and even including sharing on social platforms such as facebook.
Great question CloudExplorer. When Im not working, I'm Hubbing, or reading about "How to" (still have alot to learn).... I'm seriously considering taking some vacation time just to write.
I'm a recurrent recovering HubPages addict. I have to force myself to not check the feed, see if I have comments, study my stats, and so on. I'll take a break and tell myself not to return to HubPages for a few hours, like, Give it time, will you? And when I'm ready to watch something on Hulu or the evening news--"How did I get back here!?" I can't help myself. And just a few days ago I spent the entire day--from 7 am to 10 pm with minimal breaks--doing something on HP. Yes, I choose to write on days off work, but this is getting out of hand! In a week I'd say I give about 20-25 hours interacting with the community and researching and writing my own articles. It's becoming a job, and I'm loving it!
Not enough, clearly. I wish I could get the nack or nudge to becoming thrown into the digital world but I just can't.
I would a about an hour a day. Then about another hour trying to promote them on other sites.
At least two hours a day. At least. It's crazily addictive, but fun. I check my stats on my cell phone often, you?
Its averaging out at between 8 and 16 hours per week, but I did have a few weeks off in the summer. I like to check in at least every couple of days to reply to comments and read new hubs; its very theraputic! I must say, the 8-16 hours is actual on-line time, this doesn't include writing and researching new hubs...its so addictive!
Yes it is an addiction. I created hubpage account 2 years ago but actually started using it 2 days ago though I am an online writer for last 5 years. But I am on hubpages continuously for last 2 days either on my laptop or my mobile.
Good point rfmoran, if you have it on mobile it may open more time to check your notifications and such. I try to spend at least some time on the site everyday if possible. Leading busy lives it can be hard to do that, but little by little it seems to add up.
I am trying to average 2 hours a day doing something on hubpage from writing my own hubs to answering questions and participating in comments on other hubs. I have been more active lately and plan on continuing to participate as much as I can to increase my view counts here on hubpages.
by mega1 6 years ago
daily - approximately? I think this may have been asked before - but I'm curious to know how much time the "average" hubber is spending here - all told.in the forums, writing, reading, etc.? I spend on average about 30min to an hour daily here - but that's a huge...
by Mary Craig 5 years ago
How much time do you spend on Hub Pages each day?I don't mean on the computer or the Internet, just Hub Pages....reading, writing, whatever.
by Roy Perrin 7 years ago
How much time do you spend on HubPages?I have spent a lot of time on HP since joining and have read a lot og hubs about how to make money, but it seems like those actually making any significant money are full-time readers/writers.
by Nancy Owens 6 years ago
How much time do you spend on HubPages daily?On average do you spend 1 hour, 2 hours, or more? Do you spend all day every day? I ask because I find I can easily spend all day on HubPages interacting with this great community!
by Divya Devarajan 9 years ago
How many hours do you sleep on average ? and How many hours do you spend for hubbing, social media activities on average ?
by Natasha Pelati 2 years ago
When looking for information on a hub topic it is good to make sure that the information is accurate and that you have done your homework because there is nothing worse than reading an article that has false information. This takes the reader away from your site as they feel that it is fictitious...
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