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30 Hubs in 15 days

  1. aislindreams profile image60
    aislindreamsposted 4 years ago

    I'm brand new to the site. My plan for the rest of this month is to come up with 30 original hubs. Most of them will most likely revolve cooking and food prep and homemade cleaners.

  2. Cagsil profile image83
    Cagsilposted 4 years ago

    Welcome to HubPages!

    I usually don't have a problem with people attempting the 30 hubs in 30 days challenge and had you decided to do that challenge, then I probably wouldn't be posting this comment.

    I reviewed several of your hubs, most of which are recipes and I wouldn't recommend you attempting 30 hubs in 15 days, when you haven't gotten down writing a hub as of yet. It means that you will produce less quality than you think.

    I suggest you go through the HubPages FAQ's page, visit the Learning Center and read some hubs by searching for hubs about writing hubs.

    Just a thought.

    1. Marisa Wright profile image94
      Marisa Wrightposted 4 years ago in reply to this


      There's a lot of competition in the recipe field.  If you're aiming to make money with recipes, you need to stand out from the crowd. 

      Good Hubs are informative.  Here's a perfect example of a good recipe Hub from a professional, to give you an idea what you're aiming for:


  3. wavegirl22 profile image47
    wavegirl22posted 4 years ago

    I have to agree with Cags advice.

  4. takerecess profile image60
    takerecessposted 4 years ago

    Your hubs look like you are just posting recipes. I would recommend taking step by step pictures of what you take. Also, help people understand what benefits the meal offers and why they should make it. Show why we should read your hub rather than going to allrecipes. Good luck!

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    Arlene V. Pomaposted 4 years ago

    That's a lot of recipes to write, and as far as readers go, not everyone cooks or bakes.  If you plan on writing 30 Hubs in 15 days, and never had the experience of a 30/30 Challenge or writing for readers, you may burn out or are just setting yourself up for disappointment.  I completed two back-to-back Challenges when I first started HubPages, but none of those articles were recipes.  A 30/30 helps you discover your writing skills and how to deal with meeting deadlines.  At the same time, you'll learn how to put your writing out there for others to read.  The whole process comes close to what a writer does, and that also involves discipline and finding a niche that you are comfortable with.  When you limit yourself to just recipes so early in the game, you are limiting yourself as a writer.