How often do you publish?
I'm finding it incredibly difficult to publish more than two hubs a week. It takes a lot more organization and thought than my other sites do, and I don't want to put all my eggs in one basket. Just curious what everyone else does.
Actually sassie it is my goal to publish one hub a week. I find that hubpages is extremely helpful with their content templates and I have a bunch of images already. It usually only takes me about 2 hours to publish a hub because my thought process is constantly moving.
The thing that I am going to be trying to do to see if this works is creating a blog on my own domain account and then copying and pasting my articles in my individual hubs as content for my site. This way it will kill two birds with one stone. I will let you know what the results are if you would like. I am thinking that as long as it is my own content then there is no violations with HubPages or any kind of copywriting infringements.
Hey... Yeah, that's what I thought, but I think it messes with Googles plan and ultimately hurts your traffic. I redesigned my blog site back in August--I love what I've created, but getting traffic to it hasn't been easy. ;-(
It is not the exact same content. You see I am going to take my articles that I publish on hubpages and then copy & paste them into an article spinner I have and then paste to blog. Hopefully even though it is same content, it will read differe
Sly like a fox. What's the software? I'm curious about how it works. I feel like I've been neglecting my personal site... Probably because I have. I'm actually interested for another site I'm publishing on with similar rules.
It is called Instant Article Suite. It has a spinner, an article merger and a shuffler all rolled into one software package. Easy to use but if you follow the vids the guy has an accent that you have to watch the vids over to understand better.
My name suggests I should publish daily but I'm too lazy to do so. hahaha...recently I am able to maintain a pace of 3-4 hubs per week. But someday when my schedule lightens, I would like to do it everyday.
That's pretty funny when you think about it! Are you on any other sites (i.e., your own page)? I'm on three now, including my own (one of which I publish daily). I'm only able to write for a few hours a day, then I'm super mom... I even have a cape.
At present, I'm publishing one hub a week because I'm also writing a novel and am given that the majority of my attention. Once I have the book completed, I'll probably shoot for two hubs a week.
When I first started Hubbing I tried to stick to a schedule of one new Hub per week. Now I just post one whenever the heck I feel like it. Sometimes a month or more will pass between new entries.
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