I've given this some thought. Is Sunday a good day? Maybe my followers will be too busy to read on Sunday. Maybe one day during the week would be better, but which day? Any thoughts?
I hit publish when it's ready. As far as one day being better, I'm not sure it makes a difference. I read hubs whenever I have extra time which may be at the end of a weekday or sometime during the weekend. I usually check hubs from my email notification or catch them on the feed.
For me - Thursday or Friday. Then I can deal with comments over the weekend if there are any, and then it's back to work on Monday.
I publish everyday, however it appears from my traffic that the weekend works best as far as traffic.
Since this is a long term approach at making money, it really does not matter. The initial readers are usually other hubbers who can't click on the ads anyway...so I just publish when a hub is ready at any time of the day or night and irregardless of the day of the week.
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