Is anyone else taking the 30 hubs in 30 days challenge at the moment?
I just thought that if there is anyone else taking the challenge this month, we could offer some moral support and encouragement!
I managed 100 hubs in 30 days and since then it's dropped to about 1 a week! I might have to go for the 30 in 30 days.
I would really like to....this could be motivation for me to start today!
i have done one a day for a week, but that's about it. I have other work to do.
No, and I never will. I see more garbage come from that challenge than anything (some people can do it well, not many)...people rushing to put out quantity over quality. And now I'm hearing people do 100 in 30? I refuse to believe anybody can publish that money without either copying articles, spinning articles, or producing spammy junk.
Sorry for the negativity but I just get sick of hub hopping and seeing one out of four good articles.
I'm doing it at the moment, but it all went pear shape, I thought I had a clear month. After a few days of starting 30 in 30 days, my father was rushed into hospital, thankfully he ok now. No sooner had I got back into the swing of things I became ill myself. To date my number of hubs have been 12 and I have until Wednesday of this week to finish, somehow I don't think I will, I will try again later when I have more time, It sounds easy, but it's not. Wishing you all the best with the 30 in 30 days, I'll keep an eye out for your hubs, good luck.
I'm not, because I don't want to write a hub that is of poor quality. If I am not inspired to write, the hub will suffer. I think, read, and then when I am ready to write about a topic, I do.
I do not want to be forced to produce a hub everyday. That's just me though. Some people could have pent up ideas they are just waiting to put on paper, so they would have not problem; others may have technical knowledge that just needs to be written down. Different strokes for different folks.
I attempted that way back, but I swear I have attention deficit disorder lol. I would love to be able to do that many in that time. I may just do it still...........
The easiest way to find people who are also taking the challenge is looking at this thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/18049?page=574
It's where everyone posts his or her Hub links.
I don't want to be a negative Nancy and say I can't, but I certainly will buckle under the pressure. I try every year the NaNoWriMo, and I plot and I plan and I get the plot all figured out and the like, but never start writing or taking notes on my thoughts until the first day. I will be full of confidence and counting down the minutes until midnight of November 1st, and I will write some three hundred words, and then it's game over. Writers block hits and I just don't recover. I feel like if I were isolated, and life were not surrounding me...or the internet, I could do the 30 articles in 30 days. However, life does rudely interrupt! How very rude of it!
Lol, I know the feeling. I start the 30 outfits challenge (fashion blogger event) and get half way through and drop off even if ive sorted all the outfit combos before I just lose steam. But Im hoping this will be different and I am on track so far!
I'm taking the 30 hubs in 3 days challenge. Not going so well...
I tried to taking this 30 hubs in 30 days challenge but I failed, because I am a still a learner so it takes me more time to write a hub than any other seasoned writers...
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