I noticed that after writing a hub a day I started to rely more on my own thoughts and feelings than on doing research. I learned to first write what I thought, then researched it to fill in the blanks. I found myself writing several very personal hubs; it was as if the challenge freed me to be myself. I didn't really take part in the challenge to make money although I did write several hubs based on keywords. I basically did it to challenge myself and I feel I am better for having done it.
Now that is a wonderful thing! You are a wonderful writer and you have told others that you have gained something from it. I am so happy for you!!!
I'm happy for you, UW, and happier for us because we get to read everything that you wrote!
That's what I like about the Hub Challenge. It stretches a person. And each person gets a different experience.
It's more than just 'hammer out 30 hubs in a 30 days'. It's a steep learning curve that you don't understand until you're standing at the top of it looking back down to see what you've accomplished.
For me I got to push myself to finish off hubs I had previously procrastinated on. Once I got the text documents put into a folder that said 30DHC I knew I couldn't avoid them.
What I learnt is I write when I want and not when Hubs decides, 30 hubs in 30 days for me wud = low quality crap and sorry I intend to write when it suits me not hubpages !
I think I'll do another one in a month or two. I want to do some writing for my other sites so that I can put a few things in the can for when I do my next challenge. But it really has improved all my writing, I have not doubts about that.
Hopefully none of my 30 were crap BC
Interesting! I've read several of your hubs, and they're very good.
I'm glad you found your hubchallenge worthwhile. It was interesting to read your insights.
by Jeremy Gill 11 months ago
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