We used to have something similar to that. It was called the HubMob, and I think it was once a month, or maybe once a week. Either way, we were given a topic, chosen by someone who volunteered to help with the program. We had to write Hubs in response to a question. We were able to post links to the hubs on that specific HubMob thread, and it was a lot of fun! It kind of ran out of steam, and I think that's why they stopped doing it. You could write as many Hubs as you wanted, and no one was excluded, or kicked out. You wrote if you wanted, and didn't if you were unfamiliar with the topic that was being covered.
Our first topic: "Hidden Treasure" If you publish a hub be sure to add the words "Hidden Treasure" somewhere in your hub. Let us know at this forum link so that we can read it. Some of us may link hubs too.
Here is your challenge. Post an amazing hub, highly desirous by googlers. Preferably it will be a huge money maker, over 1200 words and the pics will be properly accredited. Here's the challenge: If you finish first, you have to put my name on it, and if I finish first, I will give you authorship of the one Im writing. Ok, go!
I'm a bit nervous to join another challenge. I did 30 Stellar hubs in 60 days, I was sick for 1/2 of that time, and it was a bit stressful. Over mid-way through, I was frustrated because I was only one busting my sick butt kicking out these hubs, so I posted a message asking if anyone was still in, and guess what? No one answered. Ever. So, I guess I was the only one laying in bed sick for weeks stressing about writing Stellar hubs, because they all dropped out. It was just a disappointing experience. It was my first contest ever; it was a bit stressful, especially being sick, and I was working really hard to complete it. Anyway, that's my little rant on my hesitation to join another challenge. I keep hearing how much they can help you; I'm just nervous for a repeat experience. I don't know.
Still at the end, you are the one with all the stellar hubs... which is what you would have had had the rest still participated, so you didn't really lose anything right? Good for you though for getting it done... even while sick.
Thank you. Yes, I was proud that I was able to do that, being that I still feel very new to all of this. I guess I just thought hub challenges were supposed to help you get extra promotion, because all of the other participants would be reading your hubs. Oh well. lol. I guess my Google readers will read them.
Is there anyone participating in this hub challenge ? I'd like to read your hub if you published one on the subject of " hidden treasure". Please reply here at this forum. Also, I'd like someone to choose a new topic for this week.
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