Before I got my job, I would publish one every week. Now, it varies between 10-14 days.
Go figure, working 35 hours a week pretty handily reduces the amount of time I have to watch stuff and to write reviews.
I can identify! I don't know how people are able to write and publish one to two hubs a week! Working full time makes it difficult and then too, I think that there's an assumption that if you aren't publishing frequently, then you must not be serious. Thanks for responding
I try to publish as often as I can. I usually put at least one, usually two, out a day. There are good days and bad days though and sometimes I just can't publish anything.
I may go awhile where I publish one every week or ten days and then I will have a break where I don't publish any at all for a bit. I don't like to do more than one a week.
One or two a week, I think.
edit: I went and counted. I spose on average it is 3 a week.
I try to keep to a one-Hub-per-week schedule but I've been through a few "dry spells" where I didn't post anything new for a month or more.
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