1 every day is pretty easy, can do that in my sleep. I'm never sure what to write about though.
Yes you can do as many as you want. It's not about keeping score but setting yourself a personal challenge and getting help and encouragement from other members.
And write about anything. Here are some ideas to get you started:
-Reviews of items you've bought.
-How to do something - from fix a mower to put a baby to sleep.
-How to do a job, such as accounting tips.
However many you write, I can promise that by the end you'll learn at least a bit about how the site works as well as get at least a decent amount of traffic. I think I was getting about 50 views a day after my first thirty day challenge.
Edit: Oh and by the way I completed my first thirty day challenge in 13 days.
We are looking at a new challenge where in these forums we have Wrylilt write a forum message with less than 3,000 words per post
LoL I start a post and then I have to clarify it just in case a newbie comes across it, give examples etc... and so on.
It scared me coz I looked in four forums and found myself in the top ten posters. Ooops how did that happen?
And I still managed to write four hubs today (not all on this account.)
Jealous much, Jase?
Well, you just keep right on posting, Wry! Your information is good and is almost always helpful to the rest of us. Thanks!
Some people just don't get it. When writing a forum post, you are not just talking to one person, but you are talking to everyone, even if that person already knows what you are saying.
The new people, as well as, anyone else who comes across the post, which is why most posts have so many words to them. There are plenty of people who do not recognize those who are watching and direct posts to just the individual.
They cannot help it, that's just them and their lack of understanding of what it truly means to be helpful to others.
True Cags. I came to that realization after I was looking for a particular answer to a question using the search box. Someone else had asked it but they hadn't fully explained it and I didn't want to bump the thread because it was old.
So I try and make sure that won't happen to someone else, because for all I know that someone else could be the next great hubber who just needs that little bit of info to get them going!
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