Do u Really believe POSSIBLE to write QUALITY hubs on Health in Contests Rules/timeframe !?
I do not believe it is possible to write 3 hubs a day on a topic most people probably know Nothing about - why Would they?- (random health questions) of any QUALITY. What is it with these *contests*? Traffic?
I would Love to see a Reasonable contest with Reasonable rules - not speed writing!!
I agree that it seems unlikely that any quality hubs can be generated this way. Possibly if someone has stockpiled quality articles on every conceivable health issue, then a person like that could win the contest. But even so, why would they want to waste quality material on that?
You don't have to write 3 hubs a day, you can write up to 3 articles a day. It is possible to write one a day.
Three is the maximum, not the required. You may submit only UP TO three hubs a day. The rules are pretty clear on this. Take a breath, and maybe read them again?
Also, a lot of these topics contain very common-knowledge things that many people know at least one thing about. One thing is all it takes to write a hub for a category in. You don't have to give all the details and the history of the day's topic in your hub--that isn't really the point. It's to break that topic down into different parts, and explain those parts as well as you can.
The point is to look at the topic each day and ask yourself "Do I know anything about this?" If you do, write a hub on it. You have the option to write between 1-3 hubs on the topic, not more than that.
Some people do happen to know random health stuff. I looked through the list and saw that I knew things about maybe 5 of the topics and with a little research I would know about a few more of them. I plan on just writing what I know about. No one says you have to participate in it.
This contest is a way to push your knowledge. Some people need a challenge to help them find things to write about, I know I do. It's easier to write about a specific topic than to have someone tell you to just write.
Off course, it is possible for a person to write quality hubs if the person has the knowledge about the health topic in question.
I guess it is not for a person who has no knowledge but want to write a hub only to participate in the contest.
In that case, this person is totally relying on the information available on the web but no personal contribution.
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