Actually, it is to write a litte less on the Internet and work a little more on my creating writing projects at home.. But don't get me wrong -- I love the Hubpages experience!
I'd just like to write and publish more often. I hope to write more than three hubs a week and just participate more on this site.
I am working on developing a more solidified approach to writhing within my topic markets and using better keywords to elevate myself as a writer. This means... better grammar and writing style for me....
Writing 3 to 4 hubs a week and of course reading many other hubbers hubs each day!
Yes, my goal is to hit 200 hubs before my 1 year anniversary on Hubpages. Right now I am at 194 hubs, so I think my resolution is a good one. :-) No point in stressing myself out with a nearly impossible resolution to work on.
I hope to start writing with ads and gear my hubs in that direction.
To improve my SEO/keyword strategies (starting with getting a better understanding of them). Then I'd like to go back and spruce up the hubs I've already written and improve them a bit. Meanwhile, I'll keep writing.
One hub per week in 2012 is my main hubbing goal. And to connect more regularly with other hubbers via their hubs and in the answers/forums sections!
I'll also be setting up a hub-tweak routine, to continually add information to older hubs, check for broken links, update linked Amazon products as newer or better products become available.
I too would like to improve my hub creation to an average of one per week. I also would like to work more on my own crate writing projects.
I am working on hub page 3 day ago and i post 10 hub.. i try to post good content for help you and other. and i always try to improve my selves
Good luck with all your aims and ambitions for 2012 everybody.
My aim is to publish one hub per week, and to focus on quality and SEO rather than quantity.
by Ivan Hernandez 21 months ago
Hello hubbers. Sorry for the bad grammar but happy new year. Im using my grandmothers phone until she gets up. What is your new year's resolution for 2018. After 4 long years i finally found one, and that is to improve my behavior towards other people and be self-conscious of myself and others....
by Marcy Goodfleisch 4 years ago
What was your most successful New Year's Resolution?We all have "that list" of things we didn't stick to throughout the year. Have you had one you were actually able to keep? Can't wait to hear!
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
Have you ever actually kept a New Year's resolution you made?Have you ever kept a New Year's resolution you made?
by ross670daw 8 years ago
Have you fulfilled your new years resolutions, do you remember what they were?We make em, but we don't often follow through with em. Care to share your thoughts on why we don't / or do, if you've fulfilled yours. Mine was to stop smoking, it still is.
by Cheryl Simonds 2 years ago
How many times have you actually stuck to a New Year's resolution?As the New Year rolls through, I normally make a resolution. I have a real hard time sticking to it though. So I was wondering about other people's resolutions and if they also had a hard time sticking to them.
by nanderson500 6 years ago
What is your biggest New Year's resolution for 2013?
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