I recently had a message regarding the subject title above - what exactly is a Hub Challenge? I was just curious and I am all for it; might as well try something interesting =]. I would appreciate some comments about this - I'm sorry, I just joined. Thank you for your time.
I read this thread but it is closed for answers. There is a promise to write more. Where can I see those?
Can I join now? What are the rules? Have I to write 30 or 100? Are there any topics or I can write as I like?
Have I to write one daily or I have to complete 30 in 30 days total?
Please tell me about all these. I will be grateful.
Any specific questions you can start a thread in this sub-forum.
When you publish a hub you can post the link in this thread.
Most people aim for around 30 hubs in 30 days. 100 in 30 is insane, unless you don't have a full time job and you enjoy sitting in front of the computer for 10 hours a day.
You can write about whatever topic you want. In that thread I linked to for Arthur, Ryan says this:
I'd say no less than 300 words. But the more the better. Provided it stays on topic. People tend to also like at least one picture in a hub.
Aim for one a day. If you get ahead, that's great. If you fall behind, there's nothing to worry about. Just set your own pace. One way I've approached it is I spend around 10 days researching, 10 days writing, and then 10 days to put all the content and images (and videos if appropriate) into the hubs and publish them.
by cre8ivOne 6 years ago
A fellow hubber asked us to join her in a 30 in 30 challenge. When I look at the link I see it is from 2 years ago. We all want to do this but is it okay to post up our hubs to that thread still?Thanks!
by Mom Kat 5 years ago
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by Jan S 9 years ago
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by Glen 9 years ago
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by Jeremy Gill 13 months ago
What do you think of the 30 Hubs in 30 days challenge?If you can produce 30 quality articles in 30 days, props to you. But unless your schedule is cleared, I'm skeptical many people could research and write 30 awesome Hubs in a month. Any thoughts?
by Nelle Hoxie 6 years ago
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