other 60 day challenge to
create new hubs and build traffic and to help and encourage each other????
60dc can be done officially only in July,right? We can do it by ourselves in anytime of the year with the video directions. Am I right?
It would be too hectic to do it during the Holiday season. That is why Wendy Krick said January and February.
There is too much that needs to be planned for and the group participation need to accomplish it successfully is not available.
Just a thought.
Jan/Feb would actually be great.. I think. That is a lot of work and I guess I will be ready by then.. good for me
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