I spend about 8-10 hours working on hubs in one week. And, that's a guess. I really do not spend a whole re-vamping them, but do pay attention to keywords(and making adjustments) to see if things change.
I am forever re-checking hubs, because I've noticed that there are times where I will read something and there isn't a problem with it, but next time I go back, I catch a mistake or two, I did not catch the last time I checked it.
Otherwise, I have mixture of time and writing, plus offline items for which I work on as well.
I don't hardly never get on this forum thingy. An sometimes I don't even spend one hour on hubs or nothin'! But since I'm here, I just gotta say that when I do write some trash or talk some trash on these here thread things - I have a real good time. Yessirree - I have me a time!
It does seem to depend on whats happening in life as to how many hours I put in or how much I have been able to focus or concerntrate.
I am looking forward to being able to work more effectively. Alot of time with hubpages has also been about learning how things work. From what to write, to how to write, how to take and source photos and how to backlink, find blogs, learn about different affiliates and find out if anything works or doesnt work.
I should look at what people like Cagsil do as he has a great fan base and seems to know about key words etc that I havent bothered with too much as yet.
I'm with Salt here! A lot of my time is still being spent on research and studying up on how to make things work. I really am trying to aim for a hub a day, but so far, it's not working out like that But I'm willing to give it some time, so we'll see
By a top-quality Hub, I mean one that is more than 1,000 words, contains original or carefully chosen photos from other sources, gets a Hubscore at least into the 80s if not the 90s and is Featured. It may or may not be...