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Facing problems while publishing my content over the internet

It does not take much time to write some article or post. once i calculated the writing time during the whole day and it was almost 4 hours. I tried to figure out that why it takes more than 8 hours. After a little research i found out that the main problem is poor internet speed and service.

My ISP providing a poor service. It takes a lot of time to load a page or submit some information. It leads to a lot time wastage.

What problems you are facing due to internet ?

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idealmike

Hmmm, I can't see why your Internet speed would affect your article writing time. I get that you might need to wait for the editor window to open first but that shouldn't take any more than a few seconds (on a good connection). Also, I'm not sure what you mean by "I tried to figure out that why it takes more than 8 hours" when you previously said "once i calculated the writing time during the whole day and it was almost 4 hours." Where did the extra 4 hours come from!? lol..

But yeah, I get that you might have a poor ISP and Internet speed. But you could just write your article in notepad or something on your PC first and then just copy and paste it into the editor window no? Eg; WordPress or whatever you're using.

But writing an article shouldn't take 4 hours or even 8 hours. Not unless you're writing one you have to do a lot of research for as you go. I sometimes can take a long time to write an article for my site if I have to do some research for it first.

It's like go, stop, research, go, stop, research, go etc etc before it's even finally finished! But even if you was on a Dial Up connection, it shouldn't take that long to write and submit an article for your site. Are you telling us the full story? lol Facing problems while publishing my content over the internet

What problems you are facing due to internet ?
Can't really say. My biggest problem right now is repairing my old HDD and extracting the data from it. The Internet doesn't really cause my any problems. But then I live in a country with a good infrastructure and I appreciate not everyone does. Facing problems while publishing my content over the internet




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Atropia

Hard to say as well, my biggest issue with my ISP is solely just the bandwidth of my provider. It'd be nice to have more so I don't have to be sparing of the amount of bandwidth I have if I decide to utilize my uploads more.




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johnfranklin1

I agree with IdealMike. It is a good idea to write articles on Microsoft Word or Notepad. So you don't have to rely on the internet. There are many benefits of writing in MS-Word as you can use spellcheck, Grammer and word counts before you publish your article.

I don't have internet speed or connectivity problem every day. I can understand that it would be irritating to face the internet speed problem. You can save your work offline and publish it whenever you have a better connection.




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coolavender

Internet speed is also unreliable in my country but it has never seriously interfered with the writing part. I usually write the content initially on MS Word and simply copy paste them later to the blog editor prior to publishing. The internet speed can affect the speed of browsing between pages when you're doing a research, though, and that will likely impact the time you need to finish an article.

Of late, I've been experiencing the 'err-connection-timeout' error message which has kept me from accessing sites that are actually not down but only inaccessible to me. I learned that this can arise from a number of reasons. There are sites that offer possible solutions like modifying the hosts file to remove possible blocked sites. The only solution that has worked so far is restarting my modem, clearing the cookies on my browser, and restarting the laptop. This can be a nuisance, though.




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overcast

If you are using Chrome or the firefox. I suggest making use of the Lazarus plugin or addon. This add on helps you save the form content. So let's say you are writing big content on this form. And suddenly lights went out. And you are struggling to recover content. In such case lazarus form plugin maintains a copy of that content. And you can get back the text content posted on the form.

Apart from this I suggest typing big paragraphs on notepad and this should be more than enough to make use of on the local drive. So that should help if you have publishing error.

For slow internet, nothing can be done apart from your ISP.




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Corzhens

Our internet access at home is also slow since the package is cheap. But the internet does not hang and all we can do is to wait until the page is displayed entirely. But if the page hangs then we probably need to upgrade the subscription package. In fairness to our internet connection, there are times that it goes faster especially at night.




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