It is 6.30am here, I have done an all-nighter.
Where in the world is it 9am to 9pm? Because the last few hours, 3.30am - 6.30am GMT, are ALWAYS my crappest hours for earnings despite being a good period for traffic.
It would be great to understand this, so that I can tailor say 50 hubs which are specifically target at regions.
Hi Ryan -
My corner of the Middle East, Qatar and Bahrain, is GMT+3. The UAE (Dubai, Abu Dhabi, etc) is GMT+4. So is Kuwait and Saudi.
Apart from occasional revolutions, the passion over here is football, so I'd have thought you'd be able to find a way in.
I'll tell you what part isn't awake.... the liberal part!! Lol
Heya Ryan I always find this site relevant and helpful for world times.
6pm on the East coast of Australia (Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne) at the time of writing this message.
It seems as if Australians don't make me much money!
Although it is also afternoon in Mumbai, so India probably dilutes the rate per thousand.
Right, so I need to find out what pays well in India, as well as start writing some hubs about Kangeroo burgers, Ashes predictions for 2018 (the next time that Australia will win it), a hubpage moaning about the number of bloomin' poms in Australia, and a football hub about the best player ever to been born in Dubai?
That should make me a millionaire, right?
(cheers for the link by the way)
Scantily clad Indian actresses do well as hubs I believe (and I know its not Indian women, but is it Darkside or Sunforged that pump out those awesome hubs?)
As a further suggestion for retaining close English/Australian ties I may suggest;
Wallaby is the choice for burgers
The Lions lose in the World Cup in Rugby Union in 2018
A hubpage about the number of bloody Aussies taking all the Pommie girls in England (actually stealing their hearts during their holidays in Ibiza)
And finally, the best player from Dubai that looks set to play for Manchester United in the FA Cup in 2012
(and happy to provide the link to you and cheers for the laugh Ryan)
Now, as a final note does the UK still use Pound Sterling or that funny Euro currency these days?
You know what, we had some mad Aussie come over here and start a kangaroo farm, he had a stall somewhere which sold kangaroo burgers... my best mate had one, when I was about 16, but I couldn't bring myself to take a bite; all I could think about was poor skippy.
We still use pounds for now, thank goodness, not that those buy much when a Brit takes a holiday these days. You lot, on the other hand, have an extremely strong currency.... crap for your Amazon checks, but that explained the abundance of Aussies in Vegas (struggled to find another Brit, and judging by my expenditure there, it's easy to guess why).
1:40 am midwest US
Any time is a good time to read a good Hub!
Im wide awake here in not so sunny england, its 09.05am and I have just dropped the kids off at school and ready for a morning of hubbing (and a little facebook maybe)
Hey Ryan - its nearly 8pm here in Vietnam. The population here is around 85m and the GDP is rocking along. Even though many of its people are very poor there is a lot of wealth here.
The first cup of coffee is kicking in and consciousness is emerging as I write this; West Coast, USA, 5:45 AM.
I have the Foxclock set up on my status bar with different parts of the world set, it is nice to know what time it is at any given moment by glancing down at the bar.
it's eastern time here, 9:22 a.m.
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