I was just going through the Hubpages contest page and have a few questions. Here are they:
1) It says that contest begins at 12:01 P.M. (PT) on March 31st, 2011, and ends at 12:00 noon (PT) on April 29th, 2011. So is the contest on for 30 days with 28 daily prizes?
2)Are there no daily topics this time around? If yes What do we need to write about?
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Please note the likely error in the definition of the People's Choice and Best Hub awards. They are presumably switched from what is intended.
The official rules mention daily topics and three extra chances in the drawing for an entry on the Daily Bonus Topic. Since this contest doesn't have that feature (as far as I can tell), in contrast to the January contest, this part of the official rules should probably be deleted to reduce confusion.
Also, I'm just guessing that this might be an official contest thread. Please post a link to it on the contest announcement page.
by Simone Haruko Smith 10 years ago
I'm throwing down the gauntlet, Hubbers. Publish one Hub every day this April. I dare you. And make these the best Hubs you've written yet.The challenge is not only to publish 30 Hubs in 30 Days - one for every day in April - but to publish Hubs that include...*A long-tail, niche...
by MissV 15 months ago
Hi there, welcome,I think it would hard for you as the competition is closing soon and you need to have written, published and had your article moved to one of the network sites - pretty impossible, given the timing. There's more information here: https://hubpages.com/community/forum/34 …...
by Greek One 9 years ago
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by ShyeAnne 10 years ago
Do the actual words, 'WritingContest' need to included in the body of my text if hubs I submit to the April writing contest?
by marriedwithdebt 9 years ago
Are short poems not eligible for the HubPages contest that started today?Saw that entries must be 500 words, which would make short poems ineligible, or require they be accompanied by a lengthy description.
by Simone Haruko Smith 10 years ago
The Money Grows on Hubs contest is now in FULL SWING! This contest is EASY - all you have to do is publish an original Hub in the Personal Finance category that is a minimum of 300 words, and you immediately qualify for the following prizes:*Staff Pick (28 winners): $50 & New York...
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