I wanted to join the 30hubs 30days challenge.
Am I right that it doesn't matter how many hubs I publish a day as long I publish 30 hubs in 30 days? Do I have to indicate "Day1 - Hub title " or simply just publish as usual? Where should I post where everyone could know I have publish my hubs?
The 30 day challenge isn't regulated. You're the one keeping track of the Hubs you publish. I've never seen anyone indicate the Hub number in the title, but you can always put a line in the Hub about what number it is.
Good luck with the challenge!
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by infonaturale8 years ago
Welcome aboard. Remember you can post your link here: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/18049
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