I am trying to set a goal to write 2 articles daily most of the time. Does this sound reasonable? After that I would like to try and write hundreds. I just hope I always have topics to write about it easily
I looked at a couple of your hubs. Seems they are pretty good, and you have a lot of interests. If you put your mind to it, and this is really what you want, I think you can do it.
To get help with quality control, I suggest posting links and asking feedback on the Extreme Hub Makeover forum.
i'd like to be able to do 2 hubs per day, but i get days where i just 'blank' and have to wait for inspiration.
Only you can decided whether two a day are feasible in with your other commitments. I only joined recently and I have found it useful to do a couple of 30 minute challenges. This has forced me to think and work more quickly. It really depends what you are doing it for.
I had 8 hubs after being a member here for 8 months, one a month and yet decided to focus more on hubs a wee bit and have created over 120 hubs in the past four months. You go Girl...
But remember if it's worth doing it's worth doing right...
Quality is better than quantity. Best Wishes and Much Success
by salt 8 years ago
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by Ryan Hupfer 4 years ago
Yep, I'm going to be writing 100 Hubs in 30 days starting next Monday, May 11th. This might sound a little crazy (because it is), but I promise that I have a somewhat logical reason for doing it.So here's the story -- Yesterday I was surfing around the web, looking at some blogs that have been...
by Lois Ryan 3 months ago
I haven't been actively writing on Hub Pages in a while and want to get back into this and this might get me motivated.I remember hearing about a 100 hub challenge some years ago and I know that I could not possibly write 100 hubs in a month. That is why I am attempting to do this in a...
by Melanie Palen 6 years ago
I am doing something I'm calling HubPageWriMo where I'll be writing 100 hubs in 30 days.I'm not sure if I'm allowed to link to my journey here in the forums, so if you want to follow my journey just search my hubs for HubPageWriMoIf anyone else is going to be doing this for the month of November,...
by Lana Adler 2 years ago
I've read recently that after 100 hubs your traffic "explodes," and it's because Google starts seeing you as an "authority" with over 100 pages of quality content and directs more traffic your way. Can hubbers with over 100 hubs please comment on whether or not it's true?
by WeddingConsultant 9 years ago
I have yet to see a thread that has shared the successes of the hub challenge.Has anyone seen significant income increases in adsense? Was it worth it? Would you do it again?
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