My goals are not really solidified yet. For now I am seeking niche groupings of articles and overall mechanics of hubbing. For now my goals for this year would be, however time management is a weak point today.
Write as many hubs as possible Weed out the ones that don't work and make them better Develop groups of hubs meeting a niche market idea Develop time management / skills sets for being effective & efficient Develop an easy to use performance evaluation system *** measure views by grouping *** Cross check Hub Statistics features with Google Analytics *** Develop readership markets with where hubs are read from Google Analytics Learn as much about Google Analytics as I can easily Learn as much about Google Webmaster Tools as I can easily Learn more grammar and language usage and then practice
That is a good goal, I looked at your profile, 11 hubs, a hub score of 92 and you joined 2 months ago, I have no doubt that you will reach 100, My goal is to reach 50 hubs by my 1 year hub anniversary (which is 2 months from now). I published 38 hubs (I have a total of 45 hubs that I have already written but not published yet). I am 5 hubs away from this goal (I got this . I also want to reach 5,000- 10,000 views by the end of the summer I have another hub account and I have the same goals (50 hubs, 5,000-10,000 views) all by the end of summer In short I have a lot of hub goals/aspirations!! Thanks for sharing yours
My goal is to publish my first Hub. I'm still working on it because I want it to be perfect and I'm not sure if it's possible for me to continue working on it if I publish it as it is right now. Just one Hub and the rest will surely flow from my fingertips to my hubpages. And also to raise my hubscore. I just started here a few hours ago, but I'm really excited to get this going.
Hello - actually this is my first post in the discussion forum : )
My goal at the moment is to reach 20 quality hubs. I am also experimenting with the whole Passive Income thing, and i'm trying to nail the magic formula that is writing engaging content that I'm genuinely interested in, while balancing that with a commercial focus that will generate traffic and hopefully some revenue!
I'm not particularly focused on hubscores etc. I'm more interested in traffic and achieving high SERP listing.
As someone who is relatively new to Hubpages, my advice would be to write Stella Hubs which concentrate on a niche subject which is close to your heart. It should be something you love talking or writing about. This will come across in your writing. I wish you well on HubPages.
Thank you very much for the well wishes! I am currently working on a few Stella Hubs, but I haven't published them yet. Should I publish them and just edit and work on them as I go along or wait until I'm done?
I recommend you do your best to edit your hubs and have them be the best they can be before publishing them. Your reputation is at stake. Then, as you get more practice, learn how to write on the internet, find out what works, etc., review them from time to time to make them even better.
I am new to HubPages. I have published two that were given scores of 72 overnight. I am not sure if that is good or not. I would love to have someone take a look and see where I can improve. Secondly, I would like to know some milestones that I should be shooting for as an experienced Internet writer, but who is new to HubPages. Thanks in advance.
I hope to get some more hubs published soon and be up to 20. I deleted a couple that were not getting much traffic and high scores. Hopefully by 20 the views will increase, but I know I can't stop there as well. I encourage anyone starting out to write on topics you enjoy, and then make adjustments when needed. I had a Hub that was about 79-80 score for the longest time. I made an adjustment and it jumped to 92. You never know, just have to keep writing.
My next main mission is to gain 1 million hits. I already passed 200,000. But traffic is slow now. So I cannot predict a time schedule for this milestone. All are facing some issues like decreasing hub score/author score/hits/earnings, etc. Let's hope things will go in our favour soon.
To achieve that, I will need to write more, write good seo, write engaging content, and come up with more evergreen ideas. So, lots of the same things that others have stated here, but really just with one goal in mind!
I'd like to get up to 10 hubs by the end of May and try to post 5 more a month consistently. I am writing on a couple of platforms along with other work. So it is hard to find the time to push through to completion as I tend to write lengthy pieces.
I opened an account four years ago, planning to pursue my dream of sharing my knowledge with others. Due to extenuating circumstances I forgot all about it and let it set for four years. Now I'm back and ready to learn all I can about creating the best Hub experience for Hub readers that I can, by learning all I can about creating stellar hubs, writing content rich articles that keep readers coming back for more, and promoting other Hub writers through Social Media outlets......one baby step at a time? No way! One Giant Leap of Faith....diving in now!!
Would like to cash out every month; not on this account but a couple other accounts I have. Also, I like to write at least 4 Hubs a month; I've done that on another account and reached a significant number of Hubs there; now my goal is to make sure I use a bit of keyword research and SEO on all my forth-coming work. Didn't do that in the past and it shows. Someone said they wanted to reach 100 Hubs; that's a good goal, I eventually did that on one of my accounts. On another account that I made sure was better keyword-optimized I wanted at least 20 Hubs; I did that but might try to bring it up to at least 30 Hubs.
I'm thinking about organizing my hub groups so I have exactly 6 hubs on twelve subjects, so I can feature one group each month of the year. That would take 72 hubs. Presently, I have 61. So, I have to analyze and do some more writing.
I didn't. I stepped away for about nine months for stupid reasons, which caused me to lose a lot of productivity time.I look at people who have been here for short periods of time who have written more hubs than...
It has been such a fun exercise to participate in Hubpages author Annart's shorty story challenge. She posted a picture of her own painting and asked everyone to write a story from it. It has been amazing to...
First, I want to apologize if you've heard this question a 1000 times before, but I'd be grateful if you could advise me from your experience.If I was to publish a large number of hubs across various topics, each...
I am talking about best and worst scenarios. I have been through many posts on the forum and other places. From what I understand, you can hope to make (in the best case) about $1 per month per hub. So is that true for...
I just updated my HubPages profile a couple days ago and in my profile linked to some of my favorite hub topics that I wrote about. Is this bad to do this since on the profile page we have those same hubs randomly come...
The Money Grows on Hubs contest is now in FULL SWING! This contest is EASY - all you have to do is publish an original Hub in the Personal Finance category that is a minimum of 300 words, and you immediately...