I will post thirty hubs that will intent to inspire from the Bible.
Welcome to the challenge! When you post your links we have a special thread for that. Do not post them here. No need to start new threads. Glad to have you on board.
Awesome, Rick -- when are you planning on starting?
Also, I just joined your fanclub so that I can keep up with you.
Great idea - it's not my thing at all but there seem to be a lot of religion-writing/reading hubbers here. So looks as if this could be a nice idea
Did you get a chance to read it? I didn't get all holyer-then-thou on you. Just an attempt to explain why children are so much more Christ-like then we are.
I just made a new hub, do I leav it an orphan or group it? What is a thread?
This is a thread that you started. You were the first to post under this thread. Now that you've created your first HubChallenge Hub you can post the link to it in this thread that I'm linking here. http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/18049
OK, so here is my first post:
I really like how this one turned out....
Good comment. Doing it every day is hard, and sometimes the presentation goes by the way-side. I will work on the next one and see what I can do.
I will go back and tweak them, but will it bring more traffic or improve my scores?
I was able to hit 90 in a week, but now I have to maintain the level or it's back to the 80's for me! Is it better to tweak or make more hubs?
In my opinion, tweaking them will potentially improve your traffic and scores for a couple of reasons. It's my understanding that search engines like activity and you're creating activity by making changes. This could put you higher on the search engines making traffic easier to find you. More traffic leads to more traffic, particularly on HubPages. Another reason is if you tweak your hubs, you are potentially lengthening them and adding more keywords. This could help as well.
I think you have to find a balance. Spend some time tweaking your old hubs in between writing new ones. Don't let either task create sacrificing quality on the other.
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