There really is no limit. As many as you can produce in a day basically. But a great deal of writers here aim for at least one to three. You have to also take into consideration, the re-editing that has to go into each hub also, after your final draft is submitted. And each article length. Which should be a minimum of at least 500 to 700 words. Hope that helps answer your question.
Usually when I publish a hub it gets featured immediately and remains as such for awhile.. but today i published 2 hubs and none got featured. Why does that happen?? Is it because of the quality??
Check next to the hub on the right-hand column for each hub not yet featured. Is it pending (circular arrows)? If so, then it simply hasn't been reviewed yet. (Mothers day delay) If it is blank (past pending), then revise, improve, repost.
No it's not necessarily a quality of content issue. However it usually takes at least 24 hr.s for a published hub to go through the hubpages rating process. Plus give the fact that it is also Mother's Day today. The process may be slower.
If you distinguish publishing (clicking the button on a finished hub that says "publish now") from writing, then there is no theoretical limit. You could write a hub a day for a year, then hit "Publish Now" 365 times.
If you mean producing a hub from scratch and publishing it, it depends on what kind of hubI you want to publish, and what you're goals are.
If our goal is to increase income, here are some thoughts. (Note, I'm changing the question: "How many can?" is about maximizing speed. Now, I'm talking about optimizing revenue.) A few years ago, HubPages encouraged challenges like 30 hubs in 30 days - one hub a day. Now that the Internet is calling for higher quality content, they no longer recommend this. They encourage a maximum of 15 hubs per month, and added the guidelines (goals) in the upper right of the HubTool.
I've just stabilized my own production schedule, and I'm starting to calculate production timings. I can produce a short hub (2,000 words) that meets stellar standards except no video in about 5 hours. Check out my hub on Pangrams to see the result. On the high end, I didn't count, but I would guess that it took me about 20 hours to produce my Stellar hub on the Battle of Britain (7,500 words), as that included a lot of research, some in-depth analysis, a fair amount of hunting for images, and a lot of fact-checking.
Down the road about 6 months, I'm hoping to compare income-per-hour of production work across simple hubs, stellar hubs, and video hubs. (I haven't started on video yet.) But I've got to get a good sampling of hubs matching each standard up, and then let them mature.
If you're not familiar with the definition of a Stellar Hub, read here: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Elem … tellar-Hub
No limits to publishing hubs per day as from what I know of but it takes time to publish many hubs daily, quality research and quantity.
No limit at all. But it's better to concentrate on Quality rather than quantity.
There is no limit, but you have to produce quality but not quantity hubs. If you can do more than one quality hub per day, why not.
The only time I have been able to publish more than one in a day is when I had written them previously and just needed to type them up and add photos. I write sometimes when on train journeys and similar.
You can definitely publish a few hubs in one day without having any issues. But don't over do it. It's better to publish hubs on a regular basis then to publish many in one sitting.
I have to agree with all of the answers written here. You could publish an unlimited amount of hubs per day, but how many can you actually write in a day? Do you want to write hubs that people will read? Even if you aren't worried about income you want people to read what you write so it takes time to truly develop a hub that others will find interesting.
me too. I agree with everyone opinion. No limitations at all. I had published 4-5 hubs per day, no problem as long they are not 200 words or less hubs. Anyway, I prefer to publish 1 hub per week so that i could spend more time to write better hubs than "rushing" hubs. No point having many hubs with low traffic.
by vaguesan7 years ago
How many hubs do you have tucked away unpublished?I tend to work on several hubs at once and go back and fix and redo and edit them over several days, maybe even weeks before I publish. Other times I just blast through...
by dyesebel108 years ago
I can do up to 4 hubs. I can do more on vacation or when I retire from my job someday.
by Jcpuddles3 years ago
Hey all,I have about seven hubs ready to go but I'm hesitant to publish them all at once. Has anyone had experience with publishing multiple in a single day? I know some hubbers are taking on 100 hubs/month as a...
by Rosalie5 years ago
How many hubs can you really write in one day without affecting the quality of the hub?
by cafeteria6 years ago
Should I write just one hub a-day, or as many hubs as possible?
by P. Thorpe Christiansen6 years ago
How many Hubs are needed to produce some kind of income?Of the people here at Hubpages who actually make money, what are the average number of Hubs they have?
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