One thing that motivates me on Hubpages is setting mini-goals for myself. The first one was pretty common, to get my first pay out. Then it was to get the payout monthly, to earn more each successive month, to obtain a 1,000 views per day etc...
My current mini-goal is to reach 2,500 views per day, either through new hubs or revamping existing ones.
What is your next mini-goal for hubpages? Let's encourage each other and give ideas for what to work for.
My mini goal is to get to 100 hubs. It will take a while because I am only able to write on weekends due to my work schedule, so I am only able to produce 2 to 3 hubs per week. Plus I own a website that I also write for.
My mini goal is to get 1000 hits per day.
You sound like you're way ahead of me! Well done on keeping at it.
My goal right now is to reach 100 articles. I've been here for four weeks and written 65. I'm earning about 10 cents a day so increasing that would be nice too!
1000 views a day would be amazing. I get roughly 100 a day.
Setting mini-goals is an excellent idea.
My Mini Goal is to reach 10 Hubs by Sunday. One question wanted to ask is, how do you revamp an existing hub. Also, does revamping increases the traffic to your hubs? What other ways do you attract traffic from?
Check this forum for advice about traffic:
According to a lot of things I have read, revamping does not increase your traffic much. Adding new content does, but do not focus on titles you think Google will pay a lot of money for. Write about what you know.
The only way to get those other hubs written is to get writing, though. Good luck.
My goal is to reach 100 views on at least one hub.
It's still early days for me yet! Haha
To expand my audience. I have viewed others Hubs and seen that they have comments from outsiders, I have none yet.
Not sure what my mini-goals are, but I am definitely in pursuit of some major goals (i.e. approximately 30 hubs a month). Short by a few this month. Awww.
Hmmmm....I would say that my hubpages mini-goal would be to publish at least one hub per day. My challenge is that I don't like to rush hubs; I like to produce high quality hubs. I have already reached one-thousand views for my content. So, my next goal would be to reach the ten-thousand mark.
My mini goal is 100 Hubs, too. I took a year (or so) long hiatus from writing Hubs because I got busy with school and I was trying to get my author blog off the ground. Getting my first paycheck out of the blue definitely motivated me to get back to work, though!
I am working toward 100 hubs. Kennedi I too took a long break from HP. So another short goal is to work on increasing my overall traffic and earnings.
Wow poppyr. That's a lot of hubs in a short amount of time. Once those have had a chance to "season," you should see your view increase.
My itsy bitsy teenie weenie mini-goal is to write one hub that is product rich to try to earn some Amazon money.
1) Reach 1000 views (more than 2/3 of the way there)
2) Write 100 hubs (long ways off)
3) Reach first payout
My mini-goal at the moment is to create my third set of 20 hub episodes of one of my family saga historical fiction story series. At 20, I also then publish them as eBooks. It seems to keep the various story lines moving ahead... and, increases the number of hub exposures I get. ;-)
My mini goal is 3000 view per day. Google has been a major obstacle to achieving my goal. I know that Google will soon love to marry me.
I'm doing a 30 hubs 30 days challenge so that is my goal right now. I have 1 week (and 7 challenges) in so we'll see how I do. Good luck to all!
My mini goals are:
1) 500 pageviews per day.
2) Write approx. 2 Hubs per week.
3) Get a monthly payout!!!
4) Write a Hub that Goes Viral...
Thanks for the question and congratulations to you!
200 hubs, monthly payout, 100,000 views, i can go on and on and on!
My mini goal is to complete the hub I'm currently working on - by next week.
I have lots of goals but my mini-goal would be to do more keyword research and start back linking to my hubs. I really want to increase my rankings on Google and get my hubs ranking higher.
I want to do a 20 hub in 30 days challenge for this August too. So a lot of SEO and more writing is in store for me at the moment.
To be blessed with 2,000 followers who REALLY like my work.
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