How much time do you spend each day creating hubs on hubpages?
I spend most of my day creating content, interacting or otherwise working on HubPages. (I have another busienss and do my HubPage work on the time when I am not doing that.)
My day generally breaks up as follows:
- 0.5 hours answering questions on HP
- 0.5 hours hopping hubs, voting them up/down and leaving comments where I think it will benefit
- 1 hour thinking of a hub idea and researching it (what other content is out there, what are some good internet links)
- 3 hours on the writing itself, creating the content, building good capsules, ensuring it reads well
- 1 hour creating addiitonal content (e.g. visual guides, graphics)
- 1 hour on promotion (Tweeting, Google+, Facebook etc)
This helps me stay an active member of the community and also means I can learn from what others have written.
I don't really track my time. On a typical day I'm at the PC as early as 5:30a but no later than 7a. I'll be here until at least half past noon. Generally that's 7 days a week. I'd say 80%--90% of that time is spent on HP.
I write for HP and other sites too, on one hub I spend an hour or more depending on the editing of my work and on the title.
I find it really hard to write a hub everyday due to my work-related responsibilities. But If I'm totally free like during Sundays or holidays, I spend about half of the day to write a hub.
about 2 hour, also it depends on my clinic work.
mainly writing new hub, some time for answering question and forums.
I spend about 2 hours on hubs that are longer than most of the hubs here, I only have 11 because my hubs are incredibly detailed and usually cover most of what I can teach in that niche.
Instead I spend about 4 hours a day updating and editing and optimizing my hubs to try and drive traffic!
My situation is same with @dailytop
Couldn't find time to write everyday. You need to stick to the laptop to do research and that takes time. Household chores, kids, work...almost took up 3/4 of my day! I would create hubs when I have time, public holidays!!
Well I don't hub daily. When I do create a hub, it all depends on the subject material. Some can only take an hour, some a few hours.
I think it all depends on experience level and how much you put into a hub. A wall of text doesn't take that long. But something with pictures, tables, and video can take a lot longer.
I am on Hubpages daily though.
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