How to reach 50000 page views in 60 days Chapter 6
My hubscore has also gone up from 88 to 95. I might find myself missing my original target but end up hitting other good targets.
Another week has passed since I wrote Chapter 5 of this series. This past week was another busy week for me professionally. That also means another tough week to find time to write. As I had wrapped up a few of my unfinished stories, I felt ready to embark on a new series named “Your Body: the User’s Manual”. I intend to write on health issues with respect of what the individual can do for his own health. The first article was Six Lies About Drinking. Over the weekend, I found time to work on a piece that I started a few months ago and turned it into I Have The Universe Waiting For Me. Yesterday, I also found time to publish Don't Let Your Anger Kill You, the second hub of the health series. In the remaining of the weekend, I spent some time submitting my hubpage to a few blog listing sites and rss submission sites. I also took time to read what some of the other popular hubbers are doing.
The following is my current numbers:
Number of hubs: 76
Accumulated page views: 3829
Number of days since write-a-thon started: 42
Number of days left to go to reach a page view of 50,000: 17
Time is running out on me. I still don’t think the write-a-thon was a bad idea. I did learn a lot in the process. My hubscore has also gone up from 88 to 95. I might find myself missing my original target but end up hitting other good targets. Don’t just wish me luck. Read and share my hubs.
Happy reading and writing,
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