I used to write articles regularly when I first started, now I only write one once in awhile. I spend more time in the forums, for some reason they're entertaining.
a little slow, but still entertaining sometimes
But your question was "how much time". I pop in to look at stats in the morning and then look at the forums. I might spend about 15 minutes or so doing that in the morning. Then later in the evening I probably do it again, maybe for a little longer. So, I don't know, I'd guess I spend maybe I spend an hour here everyday. Unless on the rare occasion I write an article. But that's a can of worms. Depends on the article how much time I spend. In the old days, it'd take me days or weeks to put together an article; I'd get people together for photos, write an outline, take down notes, etc. Then I'd write it, plug it into the Hubtool. But that's an involved article. Others I have to do more research which takes up time. Some things I don't need to research because I know the info off the top of my head, but I might (or might not) at least organize my thoughts on the subject. In other words, an article has taken me days/weeks, several hours, or maybe an hour or less.
In the forums?- way too much....
Writing hubs? not enough....
A lot less time than when I first joined. Unless I'm writing in the hubtool for an hour or two, I spend very small blocks of time here. However, I do stop in a few times a day, depending on how busy I am. This is only the second time today. I usually stop in to check stats, reply to comments, check earnings, and see what's shaking in the forums. Then I'm gone.
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