30 Hubs in 30 Days Challenge... What About Quality?

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  1. profile image0
    andycoolposted 8 years ago

    30 hubs is 30 days is not impossible perhaps... but is it possible to write one hub per day and maintain quality? I don't think it is possible to write 30 hubs in 30 days and yet maintain quality by an amateur writer. For professionals it is not a big deal. What do you think fello hubbers?

    1. IzzyM profile image88
      IzzyMposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      It is perfectly possibly to do one hub a day and maintain quality, but it does take some dedication and perseverance. I also think its great for new hubbers to attempt it too, because like all writing, the more you do, the better you become (normally), so by the end of the 30 hubs they will have improved their writing skills tremendously.
      Unless you know a bit about keyword research and SEO, don't expect to earn much unless you just get lucky ad write about something that is a highly searched term.
      I'm lucky in that some of my earlier hubs hit the target although to be honest I was writing blind. And they are not great hubs. They are not highly searched terms either, but they are not completely useless. I wouldn't have chosen those subjects if I'd known then what I know now.
      So yes, write as you learn.

    2. saleheensblog profile image60
      saleheensblogposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Do you know epigramman?
      epigramman profile image
      From a place of love
      325 Hubs
      Joined 4 months ago
      He writes epigrams of good quality and writes very frequently. Its an exceptional example to answer your question though.

      Personally I would say it's possible to write 30 quality hubs in 30 days if there is enough preparation before starting it. I don't say sales hubs or less then 500 word hubs quality hubs.

  2. Cagsil profile image80
    Cagsilposted 8 years ago

    I think it is foolish for a new hub writer to attempt it, without doing some research about writing hubs to begin with.

    If a new hub writer investigates what "quality" is and learns how to utilize the capsule platform HubPages offers, then it can be done.

  3. John Holden profile image60
    John Holdenposted 8 years ago

    Certainly something I fancy, but not until I know my way round the hub publisher like it grew up with me. It must be really good discipline especially maintaining quality, but a quick way to a nervous breakdown while capsules still keep being unpredictable.

  4. learner.brown profile image56
    learner.brownposted 8 years ago

    I think it's a good initiation. Even if the quality is not the best, they are being challenged, and growing. I see no harm in it. Some may drop out, but those who make it to the end will do very well here.

    1. sofs profile image89
      sofsposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I think it is possible, if someone can work consistently and putting in enough effort. I have seen that their effort has paid off well for most people. There are hubbers who can do up to 20 hubs per day, it may not be a big deal to maintain quality with just one hub a day!

  5. Pro Design Source profile image60
    Pro Design Sourceposted 8 years ago

    It is entirely possible for a new hubber to write 30 hubs in 30 days.

    Quality is a subjective term that depends on what your goal is when writing for Hubpages. Are you aiming to make money? Or are you looking to improve your writing? Want to get published?

  6. Whitney05 profile image83
    Whitney05posted 8 years ago

    It is possible for both amateurs and professionals to write a hub a day and to maintain quality.  I've seen many do it on here. Although, it may be easier for those with more experience to do better at getting the quantity and quality within the time frame, newbies can do it as well.

    The good thing is that you can always go back an edit.

    And yes, there are many low quality hubs produced during the goal challenge, but there are many high quality ones produced as well.

    It's VERY important to have the quality along with the quantity.

  7. paul65 profile image60
    paul65posted 8 years ago

    It does seem to favour quantity over quality, but I would think that it would be quite easy to maintain a reasonably high quality at one hub per day.

  8. businesstrader profile image38
    businesstraderposted 8 years ago

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