Im just curious, is there a better time of day to 'publish' my hub? Maybe it doesn't make a difference, but just wondering if you get more traffic at certain time of day.
Not really - I generally post anytime the hub is ready. I figure that since hubs take time to age, I might as well get them started on the aging process!
I have heard that there are some Hubbers who try to post in the morning in the United States (or wherever the majority of their followers are located), so that they will be recent posts to all their followers logging in in the morning.
The sooner the better. Publishing at "peak times" will bring a short burst of Hubpages traffic, but it takes months to get well ranked and get decent from Google. So the faster you publish, the faster you can start building search engine traffic.
by Liam Hallam 3 years ago
After 6 months on the site i've started the really wonder how many backlinks is a reasonable number to any hub, and really to a hub becoming successful? Or is it simply a lottery.What kind of figures do other hubbers consider?
by Kain 360 4 years ago
It's been a while since I wrote on HubPages. I have over 200 hubs on another account from years ago. Anyway, I decided to write a hub and it's the longest hub I ever wrote! It's nearly 2000 words!What I am wondering is whether or not publishing a hub at night is a bad idea? Would I get less...
by dandelionweeds 4 years ago
Do you think the timing of publishing your hubs make a difference?I think it might because of who is all on at certain times. I've noticed like publishing in the middle of night that certain topics are looked at more. What do you think?
by Liz Elias 4 years ago
Your opinions, please.I have several hubs out of my 200+ that are, "not featured due to insufficient engagement."I also have about 16 hubs started, but never finished or published.Do you think it is a better use of time to edit the non-featured hubs, or to finish and publish the...
by Albin Pius 6 years ago
Does publishing many hubs in a short time help the traffic?
by Luis E Gonzalez 5 years ago
About three months ago I noticed that I when I published a hub in the morning most of its traffic came from outside the US mainland. On rare occasions when I published a hub at night most of its traffic came from the US mainland. About a month ago I started experimenting with publishing a hub...
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