Is there a way to track the progress of personal hubchallenges? Can we search hubchallenge or novhubchallenge and see the hubs we've published and see how they've done or are doing?
I'd like to check on those that I did for the original, and in case I'd like to check the ones for the November challenge.
You can organize your hubs by date published? by clicking the header for such in your my hubs page...but I imagine you know that.
I knew that.
I was looking for means of looking up the 'NovHubChallenge' keyword and being able to see hubs that I wrote for the challenge and track progress in terms of traffic and whatnot
Using the organize by date, doesn't help for the original challenge in which I don't know the dates that I did the challenge on, so yes I can have the hubs in my account organized by newest to oldest or the other way around, but I'd have to search for the date range and thumb through over 600 hubs to find those 30.
I'm taking Nellie's advice from another thread and starting an excel worksheet to track my hubs.
Here you go, Whitney -- Deeds just sent me this little link of awesomeness that should show you what you want:
http://hubpages.com/author/Whitney05/no … llenge/hot
Can this be used for 'hubchallenge' as well to check on those from the first and original challenge?
Nevermind, checked it out to answer my own question. Thanks! :-)
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