Is reaching 100 hubs a grand achievement to you, on Hubpages.
Many people have done such a thing as writing or also known as publishing 100 hubs and better, but do you honestly think its a high achievement worth mentioning on hubpages, and especially to outsiders of hubpages, to friends, family co-workers, and the likes.
(Please try to be truthful & as honest as possible when providing this answer.)
It is an achievement. As to whether or not it is a "grand" acheivement is certainly going to be viewed differently by different people.
I does represent a lot of time and work, and in many cases, research. For those new to writing, it may well represent a grand achievement; to others, accustomed to writing all the time, they may toss of 100 articles in a month with little or no extra effort. (See the forums for the Hub Challengers 100 Hubs in 30 and 60 days challenges).
I'm finding it challenge enough just to get through 30-in-30; and I'm approaching 200 hubs. I'm pleased with myself for reaching that milestone, and I'll pause to pat myself on the back when I do hit 200--but I have greater goals, so no, for me, my 'grand achievement' will be reaching my final goal, regardless of how many hubs I've written.
For me it's a personal victory because it's taken me so long to get there. I have so little time so reaching 100 Hubs will give me a sense of accomplishment. Whether it's a "high achievement" or not, I think to the person who has done it, it is.
I have no goals in regard to how many hubs I can create and maintain. Whether 1 hub or 100, as long as helpful info reaches those in need of it from my hubs, then my goals are pretty much satisfied. On a professional level, I am looking to publish some self-help books on some of my topics.
yes because it is hard to think of a topic to write that people are looking. Maybe I can think of 5 topics now but not immediatelyly for the 95.
So if I will have 100 hubs I feel great and happy because I've done it finally. That's why I join the hubchallenger 30days challenge.
Definitely! It would be an achievement. Each Hub written has a lot of hard work invested in it (not only writing, but searching for photos to include, thinking up keywords and titles, etc). Reaching 100 Published Hubs would definitely be something to smile and feel good about. If you have a close family friend that knows that you write for Hubpages, maybe you can tell them this bit of good news.
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