You have accomplished quite a feat; you have published ten Featured Hubs! And guess what? You are in the top 6% of Hubbers who achieved this milestone. Nice work!
I wrote my first hub 2 months ago. I'm trying to publish at least 5 a week. What goals have you set for yourself?
The only goal I have ever actually set for myself was to control the number of hubs I wrote so that I would not be overwhelmed when the team told us we needed to make changes. This also forced me to get rid of poorly performing or poorly written hubs so that I could keep my quality up.
I've been here almost six years now and have around one million seven hundred and fifty thousand pageviews, so I think my plan has worked pretty well so far.
Hope you don't mind my asking this. Why get rid of poorly-performing Hubs? As long as the quality is high, even if they don't receive the most views, aren't they a credit to your talents?
Nicely done! Getting your articles consistently featured is definitely a good sign that you're on the right track.
I see that you have also figured out that being placed on a network site is really the necessary and vital goal. You are doing truly excellent, keep doing what you are doing.
As for what goals do I have? Really only one, and that's to not be thrown off the respective network sites.
Congratulations, nice work! You are definitely on the right track.
Years ago I used to set a goal of 4 articles a month, which I usually did, more or less. I was kind of bursting with ideas back then, it was fun.
Definitely a good sign! I believe eventually you'll get an email telling you you're in the top 1%, after getting into Adsense or having 50 Hubs or so.
When I first started out, I wrote one a day for awhile. Now that my free time is more limited, I shoot for at least one a week, plus some community engagement (something you're doing well in).
It brings your "score" down. I really don't care about the score though.
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by robertzimmerman2 4 years ago
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by LGrey 7 years ago
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by Sarah Spradlin 22 months ago
All 5 of my hubs are featured. Is that a good sign that I could eventually earn money?I have only written 5 and to be honest I really didn't try very hard on 4 of them.....all of them got featured though. Do you think if this is something that I stuck with, I could eventually earn money?
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