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Crazyhorsesghost is probably up there...he has over 1400 published hubs. Usually the writers who've been on HP the longest tend to have a large quantity.
I check her out. What a wonderful inspiration to the rest of us. That's an incredible amount of discipline and focus.
Thanks, I appreciate it, but Hal Licino has 2,496. Whew!
Wow I see Crazyhorsesghost and Patty Inglish have many hubs. Great job!!! I am only at 404 total
Thank's incredible that you've written 404 hubs. That's something to be very proud of. I'm not sure if I can even think of that many topics.
Thank you availiasvision .I am not sure how I even do it.
The two most prolific I know are Epigrammon, at 1932 and Ghost32 at 1588. I guess Patty is still at the top.
Hal Licino has 2,496 and there is another gentlemen with several thousand Hubs, if he is still on the site. The second gentleman is a retired and physically challenged person that writes a lot, but I cannot recall his name.
I've checked Hal Licino..wow he's got 2,500 hubs..which means he did all 4 hubs in just an hour..amazing
This is so interesting. I had no idea that some writers have thousands. I'm always impressed by the ones who reach more than one hundred.
Patty, I would love to know how long it takes you to write a hub. I looked at some of your hubs and am amazed that you have written that many in just 6 years. They are also high quality hubs. And, wow on your hub score! Tell us how you did it!
Patty is right, and Hal Licino is the indisputable winner of this question with the most hubs ever. He actually wrote 2,500 hubs and retired over 2 years ago from writing on the hub pages. Since that time he lost 4 hubs, and his total stands at 2496.
Your question is an interesting one and as you have seen by the comments it is a very large number that is constantly changing. Very good.
Writing Hub is professional for those who have huge number of Hubs.I can beat them if my Hubs are published with out saying something by Hub Team as I have over 3000 in my Blog which goes unhindered by very hard Editing..
Interesting..thanks Availiasvision, will be following this thread to see who indeed has the most hub..
I'm just wondering with that insane amount of hubs, just how much money they're making.....
I want to know how much time they spend writing. Are they using software to write by voice?
Availiasvision asks a good question. How much money does one make when one gets up into the thousands of hubs? Motivate us please. Give us a hint about the money. Regards, Dr. Haddox
I guess the question must be to all of us Hubbers, 'How many people are actually reading what we write.' I look at my own statistics every now and again and realize it's not that many. My own Hubs number a modest 285 and I'm well into my third year. However, I do write a lot of stuff which I place on other sites or just send as attachments to emails to friends and acquaintances.
Like so many of us, I suspect, I spend more time on my PC than is probably good for me. It has become addictive, with it being turned on first thing in the morning (well, almost) and usually still on before I eventually 'veg out' watching something on television before going to bed.
Good question and lot of answers. Still I prefer quality hubs rather the quantity. To write this much hubs, one requires a lot of time, patience, research and skill and a full time attention. The part time hubbers like me have no that much time with us and can't even dream of reaching such and such numbers. We do hubbing after attending to our job and family and hence get a limited time to share for HP.
I agree, sunilkunnoth2012. But, have you looked at the hubs of some of these hubbers who have thousands? Most of them are high quality hubs. It's amazing. Currently, I write 8 hubs per month and it is taxing, but it's 96 hubs per year.
Ghost32 writes at least one a day. I have seen him put out up to 7 in one day, but he admitted he had all the research done for them. Epi is the one that amazes me. He has only been on here for a year and a half. I don't know how many he writes a day
Wow I was wondering that myself since the largest I have personally see is 1400 but I hear there is one who has 2500. I guess it can be overwhelming but if a person sets smaller goals such as 50 at a time, it won't be so daunting. For me to write that many hubs it would take me 10-20 years
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