Wow now that is something to strive for! How long have you been at it and how many hubs to you create at a time or in a day or week? Also how long does it take you to create a typical hub? Just curious!
Thanks Maddie and Darkside!
I've been writing hubs for about eight months. How fast I write depends on how well prepared I am. The most time-consuming part is research, because there are certain points that have to be in each article for it to make sense.
But once I have all the information, it takes anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour to do each hub, depending on how complex the topic is. Some of them take a day or more, like the cheetah hub or the Corvette Museum hub. Those are the most fun because they can include a lot of material.
Thanks very much!
I'm going to rub off on your 250 shout out and share: I published my 50th hub today. Yea!
The committee has unanimously voted a resolution of congratulations! We will now adjourn to the sumptuous buffet featuring all you can eat sushi.
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