A case for writing in the HubMob Challenge
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For the first time since being here on Hub pages which is now approaching three years I have written in a Hub Mob challenge. Don't get me wrong it is not that I am anti-social !
Well that my story and I'm sticking to it but no I’ve never really been into these groupie type thing. Except last year I entered the 'Thirty Day Hub Challenge' which was no mean feat as it was around exam time at University. After that episode my traffic doubled after thirty days. Well let me tell you something, a little secret, promise to tell no one right. Well I posted a few hubs on the St George & everything English Challenge this week and in a week my traffic has doubled from around 125 visits per day to a record for me of about 240. Now that may not sound a lot a lot to some of you but for me well it has been more than worth it. Remember I had to produce a hub a day for thirty days last year to double my hub traffic this time it has taken me a few hubs to do the same.
So if you want an easier way to increase your profile and traffic to your site. Participate in the next Hub Mob challenge.
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