I guess it would be a matter of how much you have to say about a topic and how accurate you want the information to be. It is important as to not display inaccurate information and errors on pages, so as to give your read the best written material.
Like another forum thread on Hubs- Content IS King!
On average a couple of hours , very long onces sometimes a half a day and others a couple of days to put it all together it just depends.
For me it's pretty inconsistant! Some times hours Sometimes day's sometimes weeks and some I think i'm never going to finish. I'm pretty slow and easily distracted.
It takes as long as it takes, and then it takes a little longer whenever you read them again and remember what else you wanted to include
Most of my hubs are being continuously tweaked so I never finish the "creation stage"
Planning and research take some hours, typing and inserting images, thinking of headlines etc. take about several days if I'm lazy, and then comes the promo part, so for me it's not a quick thing to do.
Not a quick thing for me neither, I think it may depend, in part weather your writing , or weather your writing commercially strictly to sell,
sounds like a good plan:
1.planning and research
2.typing and images
I like it, you may want to write a hub:How to create a hub
thanks a lot
If I can do one in a day I reckon I am being pretty quick. Its best do them in groups so the research gets used in 3 or 4.
"I was working on the proof of one of my poems all the morning, and took out a comma. In the afternoon I put it back again". (Oscar Wilde)
I find I spend as much time promoting a hub If not more - adding Amazon items, linking to it from other sites, posting it on social networking sites, etc. as I do actually writing it
I find that each takes however long it takes. Some take a few hours, some take weeks. It all varies with the topic, my personal schedule and more.
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