I have been browsing the forums and it seems like people have been wanting a challenge that is more community oriented, unlike the 30 in 30 challenge where you are pretty much on your own, so I had an idea. How about a hub challenge where I post a topic, and whoever posts below me automatically accepts the challenge, and by accepting the challenge, they accept the topic I have chosen. From there they have to create a hub around that topic. They also have to post a new topic for the next person. Once they are done with the hub, they can come back here, post a link to the finished hub and claim and post a new topic.
How does that sound to you guys? I think it would be cool and a good way to get feedback on our hubs. I hope this can take off!
I will start it off with the topic "Search Engine Optimization"
Post below to claim this topic and keep this challenge going! Don't forget to post a new topic, and then come back here when your hub is up! Good luck!
So I think I get it I have to create a hub about optimization. And leave another topic? Please let me know I am down but I need to know if this is correct before I leave a topic
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