Do you start your hubs and publish the basic outline first, then edit/polish?
I have a few articles still "in the works" that have the bare bones laid out, but I never feel satisfied releasing anything until I polish it off. Though sometimes I see some hubs that are bare, then check them out later and they've been filled a bit more. Thoughts, ideas or opinions my friends?
I only work on one hub at a time. If I don't like the way it looks or think it needs something changed and don't have the time to work on it, I'll save it and go back to it when I have time. I won't publish it until I feel it's as near perfect as it can be.
I write my hubs in MS word first. Usually the first day I write the draft and the second day I edit it. That way, when I upload it, there is already a level of polish. Often times I will go back and edit old hubs, but its more maintenance than completion. Ideally, the first thing you publish to the world is solid enough to stand on its own.
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