That's what I've done today. Usually I'll post one hub and delay, and I normally get a good few views and some helpful comments. But today I posted a few very close together, and there's almost no response. Is there a reason for this, and should hub posts be spread out?
Do you think that the Saturday after New Years is a day when a lot of people are at home surfing the web?
Well there's a major snowstorm in the New England right now, so if people still have power, I bet a lot are surfing the net.
Of course , they are tired and only want to sit and reminice about their weekend , getting over hangovers and such , most are sittin and surfin and eatin and restin I dobut very highly most are out running marathons
Relache makes an excellent point. But who are you writing for? A small community (HubPages) or for the world wide web?
The average unique visitor won't feel compelled to make a comment. But they will read (if it's what they're looking for), they will click (if it's something that interests them) and they will buy (if it's something they need).
So don't be too concerned about how often you publish.
I would post as many as I had ready to publish without regards for the time frame.
Replies are good. However, my goal is to get my hubs indexed in Google. Therefore, I publish hubs as I write them with no delay.
yes you can.
your hubs are read but not all will get comment immediately.
so keep writing
Just keep writing and dont worry about whether some one looks at it today or tommorrow. Ultimately the goal should be to get lots of outside traffic looking at your hubs once the SEO you put into it takes effect and starts working.
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