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Welcome to the site. The 30 day challenge is not a specific contest - it's more of a personal goal you set in front of hubpages.
You can choose to write on whatever topics you wish or narrow it down to one area - for instance I used my last 30 day challenge to just write sales hubs.
You don't get a reward for finishing or get punishment for failing - but you will learn a lot and gain traffic along the way.
Hubpages Answers is one good place to find topics for your 30 days challenge.
Note - If you're looking for topics to write product hubs then Ebay pulse, amazon bestsellers, blippy are the places to look for ideas.
If you haven't got your answer in the earlier posts I think you are searching for this:
http://blog.hubpages.com/2010/12/money- … s-contest/
You have to put yourself into the mindset of an internet shopper. What do they turn to the internet to buy? What kinds of products interest them? If you want to sell products found on Amazon, browse around on Amazon for a bit. See what the topics and categories are. See what products have good customer reviews. See what products you may have used and can write a review on. I think to be the most successful at it, you have have to combine person knowledge and/or experience with the products and choose products customers are most willing to buy online.
by Paradise78 years ago
I looked at my account, and I started hubbing on 8/22/09. I have 20 hubs, so far. I think I'll make it! I have until 9/22/09 to write ten more hubs. So, 10 more hubs to go in 8 days...and I don't...
by Glen8 years ago
Do you have the guts?To commit to 30 days? Have you got what it takes?Do you have the talent?To make each and every one of those 30 hubs something to be proud of? Have you got what it takes?Then challenge yourself...
by collegedad5 years ago
Did you find the "30 hubs in 30 days challenge" worthwhile?I've been contemplating doing 30 hubs in 30 days, but I'm not sure it's worth the stress. I'm sure I could come up with 30 hub ideas, it's finding the...
by sunforged7 years ago
30 hubs in 30 days is great...but how much time did you spend making sure your efforts will be viewed ?Are your 30 Hubs a craps shoot, a gamble ..are you just throwing *it* against the wall and seeing what sticks?Join...
by Radhika Sreekanth5 years ago
After the short break, I'm back here again trying a challenge planning to start from March 1st. I already have some hubs based on 'computer programming' with me as it is my forte. Rest all I plan to write during this...
by Ryan Hupfer3 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 --...
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