Do you think it's possible to publish too often? Do you think your followers would get overloaded?
I wouldn't worry about it as far as bothering your followers, but I do notice that some hubbers who do publish daily or often, have a lot of errors in their hubs. Some of the hubs read like they were simply pumped out quickly and have no real depth and content.
Habee, you're certainly one prolific, excellent writer and one who can do it well!
Whew it's all I can do to stop myself from publishing too many Hubs. I'm up to a whopping 21 now and I'm overwhelming my readers,lol. Don't worry I'm holding off on #22 that's just about ready for a couple more days. I like to look at them at a minimum 1000 times before I ever publish them,lmao.
Probably Ryankett would be the best to answer this - he often publishes 5 a day!
However I personally use this (my main account) for publishing articles of personal interest now.
I have four other accounts I use to publish my "money making" articles. These accounts have few or no followers and aren't known.
LOL, I don't want anyone else except me to copy your work.
Hey, do you know I have got adsense and earned 1.08 dollar yesterday?
Sure I have the answer to this!
Yes, you will recieve less comments per hubpage. But, that does not concern me in the slightest... I am in the game for external organic search engine traffic rather than followers or comments.
I suppose it depends on your intentions or objectives, I never worry about peeing off my followers (in fact, I lose a fair few, doesn't bother me). Let's face it, half of them probably don't participate in the site anymore anyway!
Hope that helps.
May be one for amazon and one for adsense then Why you have opted for four account?
Hi Brie - personally I don't think so. They can always turn off the email that says you just published. My main audience are Google searchers and they aren't aware of what else I've published recently.
I guess it depends on whether you are writing mainly for the Hubpages audience, your followers or for a web audience (with the intention of earning some money).
No I think it's ok to keep publishing as long as they are of good quality. Readers will only read the ones that catch their eye and seem interesting to them individually, they won't try to read them all.x
Saleheen, I'm so glad you got Adsense!
As for publishing too often - I hope not! I wrote 3 or 4 hubs yesterday! lol
I don't think that you can publish too often, unless you're just publishing garbage. If you're able to churn out 5-10 amazing hubs everyday, then your followers will appreciate that. Not every follower you have is reading all the articles you publish anyway. It's like someone else said, it's all about what catches the eye.
What an interesting conversation . . . I didn't realize people published different hubs under different names. It seems those who have multiple accounts only participate in the community with one account . . . so, strictly as far as search engine rankings, is there not much value in the social networking aspect of HP?
Sometimes I'll publish a few in the same day, but usually, those are cases where I've been working a little at a time, and finish them all up on the same day. When I have more time to spend, I get a few done in a day, but a lot of the time, I work in little spurts, and don't finish a whole hub in a single sitting. Summer is a great time for me to get writing in, and the school year, not so much.
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