Does publishing multiple hubs in a short time guarantee quality in writing?
I myself take my time to consider improving hubs that are almost ready and take the time to add proper images to them. If possible I create my own images. I could publish more than 3 hubs today but wouldn't guarantee good quality and a complete research.
Your subheading sort of answered your own question, eh?
That's what I think, but it is not the only answer for this question. I like to know different thoughts of people or get an advice on how to write multiple hubs without less quality. You never know if someone will surprise you with a good answer.
It may not guarantee quality writing...NOTHING can guarantee quality in writing. You could spend 6 hours on a hub and still have garbage. OR...if you already have knowledge on the subject and the images to back, it you could whip out several a day and they could be great. It all depends on the writer.
It depends on who's writing. Some people can write faster than others and still spew out excellent quality, while others need extra time.
That is not always the case. Publishing quality hubs requires more time and research.
The more time you dedicate to write a hub, the more quality you´re going to add to your hub.. Sometimes a good quality hub may require a careful examination, even if you think you have it ready for publication.
A second or third examination of a hub guarantees that useful information that you might have missed is added, so as to be competitive with other hubs that might have been written on the same topic.
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