I see that Hub Pages has just relaunched the Thirty Day challenge, where the goal is to publish 30 hubs in 30 days.
There's also ANOTHER Thirty Day challenge that has been run each year for about the last 4 years.
It's run by Ed Dale, and gives you free, comprehensive training on how to generate an income from the Internet.
The 2009 course starts in a few days, and lasts for a month.
I'd recommend working through this course, where you'll gain a lot of new skill that will be EXACTLY what you need to improve your income on Hubpages.
Sign up at www.ThirtyDayChallenge.com and check it out.
Note: You don't have to spend any money on fancy tools, etc. The course, and the tools it uses are free.
Of course, Ed Dale is selling memberships to monthly courses to take you further, but the 30 Day challenge is a "Pitch Free" zone, and you won't be hassled to buy stuff. All of the tools required are free.
So if you want to increase your hub pages income, consider doing this course first.
This is a very productive way of spending your internet time.
Cheers, Eric G.
Where do you see this?
I signed up for that other thirty day challenge too
Here you go, Koby: http://HubPages.com/HubChallenge
Also, Ed Dale is a great guy and even though I somehow doubt that he came up with the idea of a 30 day program, he does teach you some great stuff.
The HubPages 30 Hubs in 30 Days HubChallenge will of course be focused strictly on improving your publishing on HubPages, but most of the things that you'll learn for HubPages will work all across the board as far as creating content goes.
Interesting, Eric. I checked it out. Who exactly is Ed Dale?
Ed Dale is an Australian internet marketer, who has been around for a long time.
He's made a lot of money on the net, and he's teamed up with a couple of others to provide training for potential marketers.
The free thirty day challenge is very well respected and effective course. I went through it a couple of years ago, and will be dipping in this year as well to find out the latest stuff.
He's very up front, honest, and unsleazy - the exact opposite to most of the characters who give marketing a bad name.
Search for him on Google, or you tube. there's plenty of material created by him, and about him.
Cheers, Eric G.
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Ed Dale is a genius! I am looking forward to the learning.
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