How consistent are you as a hubber, with hubtivity?
How often do you log into hubpages and participate in hubbing activities on average. Daily, weekly, monthly, yearly etc...
Note: (This question isn't for bragging rights, its to get an idea of how frequent others may choose to utilize our writers network, and also to inspire more community activeness for those who choose not to participate much at all.)
Almost everyday. Not writing much hubs but mostly trying to be part of the community.
I am on through out the day, but mostly early morning Texas time..of course I am retired and have the time...
It's less than a month since I joined HubPages, so I'm still trying to get a feel for how things work here. I've only published five hubs and I'm not getting many readers yet.
As a result I've been doing a lot of reading of other people's hubs, trying to find advice that will help me become a better hubber. I also look through the questions every day to see if there is anything I can answer. A couple of my hubs have been written in response to questions.
I haven't visibly been very active yet, but I have spent a fair amount of time browsing the site every day, and I can't see that changing anytime soon.
Have you tried the hubpages learning center yet? There's loads of helpful information there if you haven't yet. Make sure to locate the "Elements of making a stellar hub" there, it will definitely give you ideas as to how to attract many more viewers
Thanks for the advice. I will certainly look at that one.
Victoria Lynne has a Hub about Five Things I Wish I Had Known as a Beggining Hubber which has great info for new people.
Almost everyday, whenever I get some time..... I don't have any fix hours. It's usually to read and comment. I don't publish everyday.....
I stop by at least once per day. I don't usually have time to write more than one Hub per week but I check out the forums, answer some random questions, etc., etc.
Pretty consistant. Every other day, usually. To keep up my hubscore and to take my mind off of my classes. It's nice having a reverie every once in a while.
I am on HP every day, reading and commenting, hopping sometimes. I need to publish some Hubs, but photos are stopping me, that is finding images to illustrate what I am writing.
I tend to arrive on HubPages once a day and spend some minutes on answers and forums and comments. If I'm writing a new hub I'll extend those minutes (10-15) into 30-45 and try to get the bulk of the article done in two days. Distractions are a constant source of irritation!!!!
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