Poetry is too small. It takes what 5 minutes to write a poetry hub. Come on, get real. As for not written already is because it is suppose to be INSTANT not posting something you have waiting to publish or barely need to finish.
Sorry W.E. I was only being playful - not meaning to offend.
Is 5pm EST in one hour? I really haven't figured out this time difference. I haven't got the stamina to stay up that late - so it is me that is the pansy
I hope you find enough challengers. I should probably stop churning out fast trashy crap and turn my attention back to my Masterplan anyway - Cagsil, you have taught me so much, like how to do funky smilies but I'm also blaming you for my total lack of focus
I type fast - and they really do not represent what I plan on doing. I just learn better by doing. So I read about different techniques of keyword research and tried them out - mixed in some different ways of doing backlinking - just did a few cheeky random hubs. I wanted to have a large number to fiddle about with while I am learning. Want to start at it properly in Sept when youngest sprog starts preschool 5 days a week. Until then just messing about, learning and reading. And watching every single Amazon sale with great excitement.
Cagsil: Just a couple of little questions - Didn't you post the same forum topic with the same title yesterday? How were you able to get today's time stamp on it (with the same title)? Is it an altogether new forum that you were able to give the same name as yesterday's?
Do you provide the topic or is it open topic? I'm not up for this just yet, but maybe in the future.
I have been wondering if you take into account the time zones of the world when you post these challenges; but after struggling with a world time-zone map for awhile, I think you probably have! Have you ever asked those people who are interested in this challenge to tell you what time in GMT would work best for them?
Not the same title, but for the same reason. Did you read the beginning of this thread? No, time is irrelevant. Those who want to take part when one is posted takes part. Those who are not on at the time, should not feel as though they missed something.
It's a simple 30 minute challenge and not everyone can write a hub in 30 minutes, so regardless one would have to figure out if they could do it, before they try to do it for the first time.
Anyone can start a thread of their own about it, if they so choose, if they feel inspired to write that badly? I mean, where is the creativity one is to have. I understand the time zone difference and I shouldn't feel bad because people cannot take part. Those who are online at the time, can choose whether or not, they choose to take part. If not, their loss.
It's all about the consciously fluid results that come from doing it.
You're right - their loss. And maybe it's something I can try on my own, so that I can experience the "consciously fluid results that come from doing it." I guess I have felt bad on your behalf because I think it's a terrific idea, and I've been sorry that in the times I've seen it posted there have seemed to be so few takers. But I think maybe you have posted it more often than I have seen, and since you don't feel bad I guess I won't either. Cheers.
Hey Hubberville,Are you in the mood to write? Would you like an energy rush from adrenaline? Step up, take on the Instant Hub Challenge! What is an "Instant Hub Challenge"? To be completely honest it varies...
So, Hubtivity is swamped with new hubs that nobody really wanted to write and nobody really wants to read. The natural (and excellent) dynamic of this Great Domain is destroyed. And those of us who have work to do or...
Please let me know if I am right or wrong:1. Write hub and publish2. Post link without referral tracker to this forum3. Write 30 hubs in 30 daysMy questions: Can I share these hubs with other sites like SheToldMe,...