Healthful Hub Contest Questions

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    HelloEcoMDRposted 8 years ago

    Hi,

    this morning I realized I wanted to join the healthful hubs contest, but I have been working all day

    I saw the title "especially for women" or soemthing like that.

    Questions:

    1) can that mean written by women, or the hub topic must be only for women?

    2) ACK! I missed this one. but does anyone know if there has been a hub on diets and curing diseases/doing vegetarian diets the right way?

    3) How do I find out what past topics have been?

    4) Do the topics recycle, can I expect to come back and be able to publish my hub on a topic which has already passed but is comin back round?

    Thanks!

    :-)

    1. brianzen profile image60
      brianzenposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      You can write anything on the topics they have listed and if the content is similar that is okay just as long as it is original content. We decide the topics usually so selecting from the 30 day challenge is just elective. Topics therefor do not need to "recycle"  participating in the 30 day challenge is mostly to drive up traffic on those topics so it helps everyone to write on those topics. (purely elective)

  2. darkside profile image80
    darksideposted 8 years ago

    Especially for Women is to do with "Exercise & Fitness". So you will have to work within that theme for it to be accepted.

    All the information can be found here: http://hubpages.com/topics/health/2155

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    lynnechandlerposted 8 years ago

    The topics in the contest can be found by clicking on the contest icon at the top. They have nothing to do with the 30 in 30 monthly challenge. These are two separate entities as is the hubmob although I believe the hubmob is running in sync with the contest.

    The contest is just that a contest. Each day there is a different topic.

    The 30 hubs in 30 days is a personal challenge that you can either coincide with the contest if you want to write to those topics but is not specific to the contest topic.

    The HubMob is a weekly challenge that begins on Monday of every week. The topic is posted and you can choose anything to write about as long as it matches to the general topic. Say the topic is men's health that can have a whole range of topics under it for the week.

    I hope that clears up the confusion on these three great events here at HubPages for you guys.

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      HelloEcoMDRposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      ok, apologies but I am confused.

      so brian, I can choose any topic I want, and still enter the 3 hubs in one day health contest?

      Are there any contests for one health hub only?

      And, do these posts on the forums eventually get deleted and unsearchable? (I like to control what can be seen on me on the net, so I hope so)

      Thanks!

      :-)

      *Pardon me if these questions are annoying or redundant. I'm new here

      1. darkside profile image80
        darksideposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        You'll need to read the contest rules.

        You don't have to publish 3 hubs. That's the limit.

        You can publish only one hub for the entire contest, but the topic of your hub must coincide with the correct day.

        Posts on the forum stay on the forum unless there is a reason for them to be deleted. I can't imagine HP HQ wanting to get messages asking for posts or threads to be deleted on a regular basis. The control you have is over what you say.

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    lynnechandlerposted 8 years ago

    Tomorrow is the 18th it is Health for Children or something like that. You can post your three hubs in that topic tomorrow which begins at midnight PST.

    The hubs then stay up as long as you leave them up. If you don't want them to remain after the contest has long ended then you can take them down though I don't know why you would want to do that since they could potentially earn you some residual income.

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      HelloEcoMDRposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      thanks, lynne

      I was talking about the posts in this forum being deleted over time, not the hubs

      :-)

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    lynnechandlerposted 8 years ago

    Yeah, lol no it all remains unless you specifically request it to be deleted. Have to go to admin for that.

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      HelloEcoMDRposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      oh wow, yikers

      ty for the info

 
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