Okay, if we didn't have these type of challenges, I still would have created my own, but maybe not as soon.
I know darkside is doing 60 in 60 days challenge if I am reading things right.
I decided, a little while ago that I was going to go for the next round round of challenges, but with a twist. Instead of 30 in 30 days, I am going to go for 100 in 90 days which would bring my hubs up to 207. Now I have not chosen all of the hubs, but along the way, I may have ideas. I will build on one idea and end up writing on another. During this challenge, I had thought of other topics to write on. Some of which are my current niche, but yet others are on things I have really not written on to much.
With this round though, I have seen an increase in traffic. Before this, I did have days that I had a decent run of clicks. This round, I have had more days in a row of clicks where I have made some money. I am currently on a 8 day roll where I have made money each and every day. It has not stopped. It would be interesting to see where what I have accomplished in 90 days. It does give me some room to work with and see if there is even more of an improvement.
Yeah my problem is I run a business as well as write so I write in spurts which really doesn't help with traffic much it spikes and jolts. If you can be consistent I think you will have that success you want.
Good luck with this - sounds like a lot of hard work, but I'm sure the results will be worth it in the end. The challenges are great incentives, and I need to discipline myself and try one!
I am not sure how we can celebrate. For every 50 hubs I write, I dedicate it to technology related. It will be interesting to see if there is any increase. I did not think with this one, I was going to make any increase, but I noticed that I have done some. You can really tell when you get a good roll going.
I had hoped to get to my 200th hub in August, but life jumped up and bit me in the butt. So, I now plan to reach my 200th hub in September. That gives me 45 hubs in 30 days. I have about 6-7 started. I have plans for another 5-6. The rest will be new topics I haven't yet been inspired to write. Should be fun.
More than writing new Hubs I realized my task should be to re-write and make my existing hubs more productive. So instead of writing more hubs i am taking up that task for a challenge.
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