What advice would you offer to people who want to complete the 30/30 challenge?
What advice would people who have previously completed the 30/30 challenge have for newcomers who would like to complete the challenge? Are there tips for choosing content? Hubs you would recommend reading, etc.?
Quality is more important than quality. 1 high quality, well researched and SEO optimized hub will perform much better than 30 hubs written just to complete a challenge. Try to plan and get the keywords etc. first and get 30 topics only then start the challenge and begin writing hubs
You may wonder why I'm giving this advice when I don't even have 30 hubs
Honestly, this is what i suggest, when your bored, just think up topics to possibly write about. Then, think of what you'll say. Figure out which would get searched for the most, and develop 1 really nice hub. From here, if your hub is well written enough, the next will flow easier. Also, at this point, i find myself writing more hubs about what people are requesting me to write about in the comments, than i am, writing hubs about what i actually would like to.
I would like to join this challenge and have been thinking about it. I have read some comments from those who have participated in the challenge and I realize that along the way people deal with 'Writers' Block', sheer lack of creativity or feelings of being overwhelmed but those who overcome feel they achieved a lot. I do think that when settles down to write a hub a day, that should help to build one's writing muscles regardless. I feel like I have a lot to write about but when I look at time and my present responsibilities, I am not sure I could make it but behind my mind, I feel I can do it. If you are considering doing this, I am dangerously close to there too. Best wishes!
Completing a 30 Hubs in 30 Days Challenge is exactly that - a challenge. It is a lot of work but can be very rewarding in so many different ways. If you find yourself easily distracted, or you work better under a deadline, then a 30 day challenge will help you get 30 hubs out quickly. But rather than just throwing 30 hubs out there to say you have done it is not the real challenge. The real challenge is creating 30 quality hubs, but it can be done by following a few easy steps. read more
by Stephanie Bradberry 6 years ago
What finally convinced you to do a 30/30 challenge or any other challenge on HubPages?For the past two years I have considered doing one of these challenges to improve earnings and keep honing my creative-type writing (I consider anything outside my academic writing "creative"!). But I...
by Midwifemama5 7 years ago
Hi, I'm new here and found this challenge. this is how I work best. Deadlines, goals, accountability. So I am jumping in and will be doing the 30/30. My primary goal for the first thirty days is to write, to learn about the pages, to read others, NOT to make money. I think those goals are more than...
by Lady Eemia 7 years ago
I just decided I'd like to try the 30/30 challenge and have a few questions before I start. I figure I'll start tomorrow, which ought to give me enough time to figure out a few topics to write about (unless I count the hub I published today, in which case I will have already done day one!) My main...
by SEXYLADYDEE 8 years ago
Any advice is welcome. See this as an opportunity to learn and to expand. Can anyone tell me how to download one of the 30/30 tags? I would like to post it on my FB page and one here when I start on this road less traveled manana. Dee
by Rajan Singh Jolly 7 years ago
The 30/30 challenge is throwing up a lot of great hubs?Which ones should one read which ones should be left for a later date? Any suggestions?
by Mom Kat 6 years ago
Some of us already write on a variety of topics. I think it would be interesting to see how writing on a single topic affects our stats & scores.So I'm starting the 14 hubs in 14 days (2 weeks) challenge for niche writing. I'll have to get back to you on the topic I'm picking ...
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