Have you worked out when is the best time of day to post your newly written Hubs?
We're all on different clocks in this Hub universe, but is there a time of day that you know will get you more readers? So more views? Please tell us where you live and what time you usually post your Hubs - and why! Thanks.
I don't think the time of day is much of a factor. There may be times of the day when more people are on (weekdays, mornings during business hours, maybe after dinner), but at that time, they are also writing hubs and sharing hubs so your hub can get lost in all that chatter as well.
If the hub is of a high quality, people will share it and read it whenever they are on. You may get more views for the first day if you figure out the perfect timing, but isn't it really the long term views that you want anyway?
GoodLady, That’s a good question. Most of my hubs are academic-related. I live in U.S. I usually post my new hubs on week days (Mon-Thu) between 10 am to 5 pm. If I post on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, I don’t receive many views. May be students will have many other plans to do during weekends.
I do not really have a set time. I noticed that at night I get an idea and start writing. It is normal for me to being writing several hubs at one time, as well as sometimes one or two might take me a few days to complete. I tend to finish them up in mid afternoon and submit. Is it the best timing? I never honestly thought about it. I tend to work in my own cycle.
I never worry about the "best time of day" to release a Hub. I put 'em out there as soon as I finish 'em, doesn't matter to me if it's 2 o'clock in the afternoon or 2 o'clock in the morning.
I didn't think about it till recently, but it is interesting. Hmmm. Ok. Thanks.
I am not sure @GoodLady. Why not write your blog at your normal time, and then submit it at 11 your time? See what it does.
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