How much time do you dedicate to HP?
Hi. I'm just wondering, all you seasoned hubbers out there...how much time daily, weekly do you dedicate to writing hubs? I work fulltime and I just wish I could quit working and write all day long! I seem to average 2-4 hubs a week, still learning so much, but really want to crank them out like an assembly line.
Although I like hubpages.com and enjoy adding content I find being spontaneous much more fun, if I dedicated specific times for this it would (for me) ruin the overall experience. So indulging in hubbing for me is far better done when I suddenly get motivated to engage in it thus keeping the flame of interest alive.
Hi Bishop55. Sounds like you're doing great with 2-4 hubs a week. Your passion to write more is getting in the way of the reality of having enough time to follow through with that passion. I'm on HP daily, way too much time IMO in the forums, Q&A, and checking stats. I used to write more when I started (2 hubs a week) but then slowed down due to other obligations and time constraints. Like you, I wish I had time to write more. I'm at a hub a month now, plenty ideas in queue, just no time to write. To answer your question, I would say 2 to 5 hours a day, high end when I'm researching and writing a hub.
I try to write three or so hubs a week but I'm not really hard on myself about that number. If I get an idea, I'll write! Even if I don't write I'm on here creeping the answers section and hopping hubs. I really love this site.
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