So, I guess I'm going to take this on as well. Not quite sure what some of the stuff means, like putting a # next to it when one posts, or where one is supposed to put the picture (I don't have a blog), but anyway. I guess I'll learn?
For your information, the 15 hubs you have already published count towards the 30 day challenge - as long as you complete 30 hubs within 30 days.
Welcome to the site! The thirty day challenge is a personal challenge that you commit to in front of the community. It's not about failing or accomplishment - it's about learning and increasing your traffic.
If you're talking about where you post your completed hubs - you can post them in this special forum thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/18049
However it's completely up to you - you can post them all and add the picture on the hub somewhere. Or you can just do the challenge without ever noting on those hubs that they are part of the challenge. Other than you and other hubbers, the pictures won't really have much meaning to an outsider. And once you start to see more traffic, you'll find a lot of it should come from outside - generally search engines.
Welcome to HP and good luck with the challenge - you're half-way there already!
I'm in Vampire mood because I've been watching Vampire Diaries
So I'm gonna say something witty like 'Once bitten you'll enjoy an eternity of life as a huber'
Nice to see all you new hubbers, welcome. Sophia good luck with the challenge.
I started a couple of days ago and am still working my way around this but I wanted to say hello to all. I don't understand a lot of things especially when I see capsules. The only capsule I can think of is a pill or space.
Welcome to HubPages, Lee! Take Simeon's advice and save some time by using the Learning Center first.
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