Now. The sooner the better.
If you are trying to maximize the long term value of a hub the time of day or day of week is not important. The search engines don't care.
If your goal is to catch the attention of Hubbers, then I suppose you'd tailor it to appear when the maximum number of American Hubbers would be online. But if you're goal is to earn money, that's totally irrelevant.
Unless you hit on a good topic, or do a good job promoting, it will take time (three or four months at least) before you'll start seeing decent traffic to any of your Hubs. If you're here for instant gratification, you're not going to get it!
I understand that, but i am new to hub pages,very exited and want to see traffic rihgt away. I check my account traffic 10 times every...(lol)
That's going to vary with Hub content, timezone of the creator, and when your Hubs seem to get their peak traffic. Study those Google Analytics and you'll figure out when works best for you.
All this search engine submitting and google analytics is alot of work and confusing. I wish I had started years ago.
You stick to your time and publish the same time..
For me it is between 7.30-8.00 PM IST is the idle time to publish new page here..
Just publish your hubs as soon as you feel they are ready. Time of day is totally irrelevant.
Publish them as soon as you can, the sooner they are published, the sooner they can make you money!
You should really post it, when its done. Not a moment sooner.
I doubt that you will find one time better than the other. The traffic will slowly rise if your hub is worth reading. Of course promotion isn't a bad idea too.
So either promote it a bit or go on ahead and write another.
Well...google has been taking 7 days to add my hubs to the list, so I would say ASAP is the best time
The best time to post your Hub will be from 12.00pm to 1.00pm.
A couple of years ago! Since we can't do that, as soon as they're complete. Seriously though, it's a long term thing, not anything time-dependent.
Thats true, you should post your hub as soon as you can, because being becoming pioneer is best to get traffic.
I have noticed that when I have hubs siting in the editing bin for a while; has actually been pulling down scores.. (only scores - if they are worth anything)
I also found that the US timing is the best as you get your hubs read and some comments on them, that makes others curious. I think we need to look out for internal traffic and feedback initially; that is like testing the waters and with some refining set sail into deep waters.
But now is the time!!
Happy hubbing khmohsin
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