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How many articles can you you write daily? I can just write 2-3 articles a day which I believe is low productivity especially as I am now into website creation and building backlinks. Any tips to improve my productivity for articles.
Depending on length and depth and research of course, but I could very reasonably write 12-15 a day. Maybe more. The last two hubs I wrote about dating each took me about 2-3 hours and those were rather lengthy. The editing (moving capsules and such) took longer than the actual writing. But for me, words flow. I can write hours. As far as providing tips.. well I'm still a newb here.
It usually takes me a whole day to write an entire hub unless it's poetry. the reason why is because i often get writer's block, or i'll just have too many things that i want to say right away, but I won't know exactly how to explain them.
I'm working on getting my speed up. Currently I can write 5 250 word blog posts a day and possibly two 500 word articles. I need to start earning more so I have to do better. Thankfully, most of the places where I write for up front only want articles from 250-500 words.
I believe that the more you write the faster you will evetually write.
Well, I write for several clients, and just started my own website. In total, I write about 24 400-500 articles a day, but since I do it full-time, maybe I don't really count.
Yeah I only have the attention span for about 2 500-word articles. Then I start hanging out in the forums and on answers. I also love my twitter feed.
But I only do this part-time
I can generally only write one hub in a day, but they tend to be over 1,000 words long and I do a lot of research. Should write more posts for my blogs, but I find writing short blog posts boring, so tend to stop after two! (me bad!!!!)
Ive retired from hubbing at the moment, I'll do the odd one but I'm working on my websites, just moved up to 9th on Google 1st page for my site today, the keyword is searched 60,000 times a month and my URL is a .com and the exact keyword
by rmcleve14 months ago
How many articles do you write a day as a freelance writer?
by Ann8105 years ago
How many articles would you write for Hubpages if there was no revenue involved?
by Brittany Banks8 months ago
How long did it take you to make your first pay out and how many articles did you write until you did? I am only curious.
by zulumuscle5 years ago
How many articles do you guys post per month in general?I post on one topic and that is fitness. Fitness is a broad topic so there is room to write many articles if I choose to do so. I have been on hub pages for 6...
by Georgiana Dacosta3 years ago
I can't seem to find an answer for this in the learning center. I have a large set of articles I've been writing for a while + some time on my hands to dedicate to Hubpages for the next couple of months. Would...
by Alli Rose Smith3 years ago
Does anyone make a living writing for hubpages? If you do, how many articles did u need to do it?
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