Hi, I am new around here and would like to take part in the HubChallenge but I am not sure how do I start. Do I just start publishing my hubs with the 30 day HubChallenge logo and post a link to them in here? Is that all?
Anath, their is Post titled "have you started yet" on the front page. It would be a good idea to read through that while your awaiting replies. It sort of gives you some idea as to what's happening.
Is there a place I opt in for 30/30 or just start writing then when finished with each one, twitter it?? Not sure I understand.
The sticky thread here http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/17849 says all of the hubchallenge rules, so just follow them as the challenge starts officially for me anyway in an hours time when it hits midnight...
Waynet, your a hive of information. I've had a few other questions about it and that link has answered them. I can now concentrate on doing the Hubs.
Cheers and Good Luck.
Thanks, I'll have a good look at that. Good luck with the challenge!
Hi I am new to the forums and challenges today. I want to give it a go as I only have one hub at the present and maybe keep a record myself and post my progress on the forums as thats what others seem to be doing other then that I am not sure.
by Paradise7 9 years ago
I looked at my account, and I started hubbing on 8/22/09. I have 20 hubs, so far. I think I'll make it! I have until 9/22/09 to write ten more hubs. So, 10 more hubs to go in 8 days...and I don't want them to be trash, either...well, wish me luck! And GOOD LUCK to...
by Jan S 9 years ago
Hi, I'm a newbie on hubpages. I have joined a few days ago and would like to start my journey with the hubchallenge but I don't know what to do first. Here are my questions : 1. Do I write a post to tell that I have decided to start the challenge and put a banner picture (the green one) on the...
by Barbara Bethard 9 years ago
I am starting inn this chllenge...scared but true;hope anyonew ho has time will check out a few of my hubs!!! Thnks! Iwish you guys luck/will you do the same for myself? Thanks!! I needed that!!!
by Poppy 18 months ago
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by Denise Handlon 7 years ago
Hello, there is a group of hubbers who have expressed interest in going for the 30 hubs in 30 day hubchallenge. If you are one of the people interested in this you are welcome to join 'the group'. We're hoping that the 'group' support will keep everyone motivated. We plan to start on...
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