It takes me 2 - 6 hours to write a hub, depending on how well I know the subject before hand. I usually spend an hour at least uploading and publishing it.
About two hours on subjects that I don't need to do much research on.
Depends on the topic and how much "prep time" I have beforehand. I've got Hubs that took me a couple of days to finish and others that I banged out in just an hour or two. (I like those better because it means I can publish 'em and move on to another one...haha)
I would say my average is about three to four hours. I typically take two hours to organize the information and do the actual writing. Add 45 minutes to an hour if I need to go in search of graphics or videos. Then I take my time proofreading and editing and that adds between a half to one hour.
It takes me at least 4 hours sometimes more. Im always reading and re-reading and changing different sections around. I sometimes switch the titles and I down load pictures and then figure out which ones work and which do not. It really does take some work to have a good hub.
On average it takes me 3-4 hours to write a hub. I have written a few in as little as 2 hours and some have taken me as long as 10 hours.
It *was* about two hours, but now I'm trying to update my hubs according to more recent suggestions, and the UPDATES can take 3-5 hours per hub. I try to do one every day of the work week -- if I can keep up with that, they'll all (including those currently unpublished) be up to snuff in about....two years . From the ground up, 3-6 is fairly common for me.
2-6 hours, (or over a couple of days). Sometimes I start a hub and go back to it, for a couple of days. Sometimes I write it straight through. Depends. Usually there are distractions around me so its take longer than it should (in my opinion) ....... how long does it take you?
by Jake Keeley 5 years ago
How long do you take on average to write a hub. I mean the whole process, research, writing etc. What would you say is the average for you?
by Adamowen 6 years ago
On average, how long does it take you to write a single Hub?
by JulietduPreez 3 years ago
Hey. I was wondering how long it takes you to write a hub. Perhaps an average time overall or for various types of hubs. I read somewhere of a guy who wrote 10 hubs a day for 10 days! In my dreams. I take well over two hours per hub. Probably more if I added it all up. Thanks,Juliet
by deecoleworld 4 years ago
How long does it take you to write a hub? How long does it take you to edit/publish a hub?Do you plan your ideas out? or go where your mind takes you?
by Joseph Davis 6 years ago
How long do you take on average to write a hub?From the point where you begin picking a topic until you click publish, how long do you spend on a hub?
by Cynthia Calhoun 5 years ago
How long does it take you to write a hub?I am a new-ish Hubber. I take about 3-4 hours to write a hub - from idea formulation, research, writing, editing - from start to finish. Is that too long? Not long enough?
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