During the last challenge some of us created hubs to promote the challenge and our hubs. I still have it up and have kept the links. Would be happy to continue adding blog links that promote the challenge.
I thought it would convenient if we had a thread that just listed our blogs. That way those who want to, could include a link to it.
Here's mine http://100hubchallenge.blogspot.com/
Great idea, I love to keep track of the blogs that are tracking progress. Also, if you already have a blog that you write on frequently, just simply add a HubChallenge category or something to it so that you can keep track of your progress without having to fire up an all new blog altogether.
I'll be updating the HubPages blog as much as I possibly can throughout the 30 days: http://Blog.HubPages.com
So do you post your hub in your blog pages too?
My blog is specifically designed for scrapbooking, but I could create another blog for hubpage links. I have a link to my hub profile in my blog, I would be happy to link other hubs on my blog too.
I usually link to them when I feel like it. I also use it for ideas so that I have things a bit organized. I have some hubs ideas written on my main one (Melissa's corner) which I can go to back to and try to make sure I have hit all of those topics.
Will probably update my blog at http://alittleextramoneyuk.blogspot.com I didn't even think about make a new blog, but maybe I will. Those who have created blogs especially for the last hub challenge - did/do you get much traffic to the specific hubs?
I can't tell for sure, but I think a blog with all those external links does have a lot of google juice. It might be part of the reason some of us saw an increase in revenue.
Some folks start new blogs because they don't want to go public with their niches.
Yes I guess that makes sense. I tend to link to my hubs from my blogs where necessary. I guess another question would be whether anyone gets significant traffic to their specific blog and if they have Adsense or whatever enabled whether they made anything from that.
My latest hubs are all there though under the article section of my blog. When I producing a lot, I forget to write something. If I am lucky, I blog about once a week. Sometimes more depending. There is a running list on there on the hubs I didn't write the last round, so I will be picking up where I left off there.
I've started a new blog for this challenge:
OK - I've just cleared my plate of a bunch of graphic projects that have been completed. Back to writing - I gotta organize my blogs and prioritize. Will get back in the groove here.
I made a blog recently to keep track of my progress on HubPages and making money online. I posted about the challenge today and will make periodic updates. After the challenge, I will probably continue to make updates on my HubPages work and any other online ventures.
Here is the link: http://myonlineincomebykidgas.blogspot.com/
As a brand new member I am jumping in feet first with this 30/30 challenge. My blog post can be found at Thin Enough to Go to the Gym?
Going to blog about my progress as well, deleted my old childish blog on blogger and put up my challenge intentions. Will consider my challenge as starting from today (7/24 in Japan already).
I just recently joined hubpages and figured I might as well do this challenge.
Got a blog for it here http://30dayshubchallenge.wordpress.com/ to make sure I do it.
This might be the wrong place to ask it but I'm going to throw it up anyway, are we allowed to have more than 1 hub account?
I have started on the challenge and have already set on a blog http://onlinebloggingformoney.blogspot.com/
by Bill Dowis 3 years ago
Are blogs about making money online the only people that are making money online?I want to see some blogs about real everyday things that make some money. It can be through adsense, or selling products, or referring to amazon.... but it seems like the only blogs that are boasting profits are ones...
by Nelle Hoxie 9 years ago
It seems like many of us are starting blogs about this and some have already indicated that we'd include links to all of the other blogs. I thought it would be convenient to have a thread that only contains posts with the blog url, so that those of us who want to include everyone in our blogroll...
by yoshi97 9 years ago
Someone said that Hubpages wasn't made for bloggers and I remember adding my two cents ...'If someone is going to blog and expect to make money here, their life better be VERY interesting'Well, I saw somewhere in the responses where someone WAS making money from blogging and I had to sit back and...
by Amelia Griggs 3 years ago
Today, Friday, December 5, 2014, I am launching my 30 Hubs in 30 Days Challenge! I created a hub to track my progress and for posting my hubs, and you can find it here:http://easylearningweb.hubpages.com/hub … tivity-LogIn doing some research in how to embark on such a challenge, I found...
by Mary Hyatt 5 years ago
Do you have a Blog?If you have a blog, please tell me why and which site you use for writing a blog.
by Trudy Cooper 3 years ago
Please tell me what the difference is between writing a blog and writing a HubPage? If any?
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