I'm a Hubber who joined 2 weeks ago and has now posted 4 hubs. I have a question about the spacing of Hubs. Is it advisable to post Hubs together or seperate them by a few days. The reason I ask this is because I posted a Hub about 2 hours ago and I plan on writing another Hub tomorrow.
As long as they are original content I don't believe there is any set rule for spacing them out. Welcome to HubPages!
I posted two hubs tonight. I am not aware of any restrictions or guidelines on how many you can post as long as they are great hubs, and we all only post great hubs, right? Welcome to HubPages, by the way!
As long as your hubs are good quality and don't break any rules you can post as many as you want.
I think my record is eight in a day. From memory there was another hubber who managed up to ten a day...
I'm probably about the same. Not that I could write eight in a day, but I was doing a Challenge once and was working on several at the same time. I completed all the text over a week or so, and then spent a day finding photos for them all, and published them all together. So I don't think there are any restrictions either!
Thanks for the response. I appreciate it.
I understand there is no rule against it, but is it advisable from an earning point of view? Will you get more looks per Hub if you space them out or upload them together?
I don't believe it makes any difference for earning or viewing purposes.
I think it may make some difference.
When you start a new blog, it's not a good idea to publish a whole heap of content in the first week, then run out of material and stop posting. Google likes to see a steady stream of new material in the first month or so.
When I start a new blog, I usually have a rush of enthusiasm in the first week, but I don't publish everything at once - I schedule my posts so they are published once a day. So if I write 90 posts in the first two weeks, that's three months' worth of posting.
Because your sub-domain is similar to a blog, I think there could be some value to drip-feeding Hubs, too.
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