My personal best is six on one day, which would equate out to 18 over three days ... Of course, if one neglected simple things like sleep, food, personal hygiene, potty breaks ... I assume it's possible.
I could do it IF I didn't have to worry about any other responsibilities. They may not all be long hubs but I could do it.
I can do one a day easy--no matter how busy I am.
I managed at least 31 hubs in my first month here WITHOUT really knowing about the contest.
(Mind you, I didn't piss away time in forums or commenting on the work of others either.)
I think 10 Hubs, or webpages, a day is doable, if that's all you're doing.
but .. but ... that would cut into my 8 hours of daily forum prowling.
i think they would turn up with 30 crappy hubs. better to write one good one and spend the rest of your time doing other productive things.
I disagree. I have had to turn out the equivalent of 10 webpages a day with lots of content - and they weren't crap. If you make your living online, you'd better be able to write a lot quickly. I don't turn out a lot of Hubs, because I have a lot of other online content to work on as well.
I absolutely have to agree with Nelle. many times I write a couple Hubs. I write several articles, sometimes 15 or 20 a day. I work on our websites and blogs.
Oh ya did I mention I have a full time job as well.
If you want something bad enough you will make the sacrifices to do it. Myself, I sometimes only get 3 hours of sleep a day because i am determined to build my online business to the point I can quit my offline job.
i would like to see this 30 hubs in 30 days. I think its possible to write 30 good hubs, but I like to read GREAT hubs. I totally think its possible, but I think that the quality of the hubs would suffer if one tried to write 30 hubs in order to say they wrote 30 hubs, rather than someone happening to write 30 hubs without a quota.
I guess if they had help, otherwise low quality stuff. BIGTIME.
I think Nellie is spot on. As you can see by my lack of hubs I wouldn't manage 30 hubs in 3 days. But, I have managed similar volumes of great quality web pages and the theory is exactly the same. Research, write, read, edit, publish. None of us are writing novels on here - are we?
I can write a lot of articles in one day - if my hands cooperate. Sometimes I have to. When a publisher contacts you and says he needs this and this, pronto, and he'll pay extra for the rush job, you do it!
*Referring to 30 quality hubs*
If you need to do some research, nope, you can't. But if you are an expert at something, and you know what you are talking about by heart, thirty is possible.
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