Great site, great community. I have signed up last night, and started working on my first hub. It took me way longer than I thought, and I didn't want to wait longer, and published it. Here it is:
Is it ok to publish, and keep adding content later, or complete it first (even if it takes days/weeks), then publish it?
What are your opinions on this?
thanks in advance
Welcome to Hubpages - I think either approach is OK but my preference would be to publish sooner rather than later. However, one benefit of leaving a hub unpublished for a while is the score tends to rise a bit so you publish with a higher score. The great thing with Hubs is you can edit them as often as you like.
I like your Hub by the way - well done!
I think you should wait until it's ready. That way you get better hub scores and feel like u're absolutely ready to move on to a new hub. I just started too. Just 2 weeks ago. Now I'm totally addicted to hubpages!
You should only publish something that you think is publishable. If it is only halfway done and makes no sense then definitely don't publish it. But if its a complete work that you think you may want to update in the future... then by all means publish it now and update it later.
Thanks for all the replies. I'll publish the hub when I feel it's ready, but I'll keep adding content later on.
any ideas on promoting our hubs outside of hubpages.com?
p.s. I'm already loving hubpages and a great community.
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