20 Hubs in 17 Days.
I'm considering starting another 30 in 30 when this one is done.
I'm caught up, 19 on day 19. I'm also thinking of continuing to write a hub a day for as long as I can.
Congrats - I am just getting started but my goals is eventually to hit the four hundred plus hub area - and just keep getting valuable backlinks to them to drive traffic. This is one of the best out in the open hidden secrets on the net!
Have you started to see increased traffic, revenue? any changes? You've been here a bit longer than some of us, so I was wondering if your results would be as dramatic.
Zero so far.
Well, zero published. I've been working on my content since I kicked off my challenge about 3 weeks ago. Trying a different tactic.
I'm happy with my work thus far.
Unless I'm screwed up on counting (and I could be)...today, being the 12th is the 20th day if you started the 24th.
Day 1 24th of July
Day 2 25th
Day 3 26th
Day 4 27th
Day 5 28th
Day 6 29th
Day 7 30th
Day 8 31st of July
So add 8 days to whatever day in August it is....today is the 12th. That makes 20.
I have published 31 hubs.
I've finished my 30 hubs. So far I've put up 40 plus hubs. My total altogether is 71 hubs and I am trying to reach 100 hubs by the end of this month.
I suppose I can try. I've been invited and it's polite to accept, even though I'm pressed for time. May I include the hubs I've written yesterday and today? Five so far I think. They are not that hard to do. Okay - have I joined by doing this? Cannot see a join button.
I didn't make it. Didn't even come close. Oh, well. I'll start over and see how I do. What a crummy time to get writer's block.
I will post my 9th later. I'm waaay delayed. But happy with the results. 2 of the 8 already published are HubNugget Wannabes, so I'm chill!
We only have 5 days left?? Waaah!!! Aww... I will just probably have half *sigh*
I have completed seven hubs in five days. Not bad going so far but I expect it will be much more of a struggle as I start to run out of ideas!
I got to Day 9, then took a vacation for two weeks. (Three cheers for the existence of places without internet, electricity or cell phones.)
But now I'm back and ready to go. I'll count today as my Day 10,
I have 16 hubs done so far, with about 10 days left in the challenge. I've hit a bit of a snag, though, for ideas, particularly ideas that might draw high page views. Most of the articles I've written so far draw fewer than a 100 hits. I use the Google keyword search but it is difficult to figure out how to write articles that will attract readers. I will still try to complete the challenge anyway, and then reassess my strategy at the end of 30 days.
I did my 30 in 17 days or so, but RIGHT THEN our smaller, clean-electricity generator bit the dust. So until we have the money (coming soon, we believe) to set up alternative energy (have high hopes for wind power), am not writing any more Hubs--just bouncing around a bit here and there.
I lost steam after doing it daily while on my road trip... Sort of have a couple in the works though, and a few floating around in my noggin. My total so far is only 15, though. Should be putting out a bunch more soon though!
By the way--How do you all manage to keep yourselves enthused? How do you find inspiration to do this EVERY DAY??
I am at 17 with 13 more to finish by the end of August (I gave myself an extra week since I knew I was gonna be busy). It seems like I am on target. I have one more started and hope to finish it in the near future.
I've done, I think, 18 (published those) and have another 8 which are mostly-done.
Well, since it's after 12 AM where I am, and today is Day 22 for me as I didn't start until July 25th, I've now published 23 Hubs. I'm a Plus 1, I guess if I'm supposed to be averaging 1 per day.
For me it's been helpful. From zero earnings, I now have $5. Woot!
I guess everyone will have a different opinion. I have some lofty goals myself, where I would really like to make a little extra money from HP. Doing the challenge will consequently increase your traffic with the addition of backlinks of course. All of this does take some time however, but doing the challenge will certainly point you in the right direction (if that's your cup of tea that is).
I have published 12 since starting, I think. I have another 3 going. I don't think it's bad for a complete beginner. My score has gone up quite a bit, and my hits seem to be okay for starters.
I have published 9 so far. Need to do another 21 within just five days. Hope to get in at least 10 more ...
I've done 9 in 7 days. After I've had my 30 I'm going to take a bit of a break. This is pretty intense.
I did the Hub Challenge because it forced me to write. At the end of it, I'll have a small body of work to build on. It's a great experience.
I dropped out of the challenge but I still tried to keep up . I made 17 hubs with 5 days to go. Next time there's another challenge, I'll definitely join and stick to it!
You should've stayed, you've done more than I did!
When does it officially end, our 30 days? I have published 19 hubs, I hope to get two or three more within the next few days, however, I am not sure when it ends...someone tell me please
I just finished 30 Hubs in 30 Days today! "Thirty Great Movies You've Probably Never Seen." Lots of views! Not a single cent, yay!
by Stephanie Pyper 7 years ago
How many hubs have you written in what amount of time?I have written 28 hubs in 29 days...seems like so much longer lol
by Linda Jo Martin 8 years ago
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by KRC 9 years ago
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by ryankett 7 years ago
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by Andrew Orrell 7 years ago
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