To write some hubs and have at least 100 by the end of the year , may not sound like much , but two teenagers, my tax job, my mother in law with altzheimers 3 cats and one dog , hopefully I can at least get 83 more hubs done by years end:)
Consistent quality Hubs and daily posting of a very helpful Hub (Link) written by another Hubber - on my Profile Page. (Different Hub everyday).
I'd like to actually write a Hub, now and again. My last was 3 months ago. If only the spammers would take a vacation...
Mine is to end the year with over 200 hubs,at the start of this year i had 59 and now have 64 so i have written 5 good quality hubs in 5days,at this rate i will have over 300 hubs but im sure there will be a lull when i am having writers block or something...
My new years resolution is to maintain a positive attitude, within HubPages and in general.
My plan is to write more hubs and more words and try promote my hubs more.
I am not big on resolutions...however I do have goals and my goals are to increase my hubs and try to write 3 hubs per week. I am also wanting to build a website and finish my book by Halloween next year..I have lot of other plans but that is good start for now!
I wrote a hub about my HubPages New Year's resolution. It's quite a list .
My desired goal here is to accomplish something of such note as to be posted on the hub pages blog. Something like a record for amazon sales is what my fingers are crossed for (personal records are fine)
Man, I'm with you on that one!
...and for me personally to spend less time on the forums...here and elsewhere...unless I'm getting paid, lol.
to stop watching my hub scores and trying to make sense of them. Holds true for my author score also.
I usually don't do New Year's resolutions either, but I'm going to try to hit some ambitious goals this year.
I'm going to try to do and average 2 hubs a day. I'll probably miss a few days but I've also been known to get in a zone and pump out 8 or 9 hubs and other articles on some days.
We'll see. I'm a sales guy so I value goals. I just hope I don't hit my goal at the expense of doing due diligence on the hubs like SEO. I'm still not sure if having more hubs is better than trying to get a few hubs better ranking with intensive SEO.
Anyways, we'll try the quantity with basic SEO and see how it works.
Happy new year! Hope everyone finds what they're looking for in the new year.
My resolution is to write a serious, clever, thought-provoking hub. So far my hubs make me seem shallow and slutty. Its like I have the brain of a genius yet when my fingers hit the keyboard I become a bimbo. Anyone else have this problem or is it just me?
To make payout!
Hey Gina, can I join your club? I feel the same way. I am a genius in my mind and yet no where else it feels!
I don't do resolutions, but I DO want to write articles that are interesting and enjoyable to write, that other people will want to read also.
I constantly have trouble finding that balance.
Oh, and I also want to make tons of money, and have a zillion devoted fans. It's hard being a greedy narcissist.
I haven't made a new year's resolution cos I don't feel the need. I will just do what I want to, when I want to, if it's possible.
Late last year I decided I needed to be less avaricious. Personally, I think most people could be less avaricious, but then that is only my opinion. x
My general resolutions are to quit smoking for good and to lose about 80 pds. So far, after a week I haven't smoked and have lost only 2pds. However, this is a year long commitment. I'll let everyone know the results next year.
I did a complete hub on the topic called Hub Resolutions. Its my goals for 2010 on hubpages with a video I produced.
I resolve to figure out what I'm doing and how to improve my hubs, I just recently started on HubPages so hopefully I will get to know my way around the site before much longer. Happy New Year All!
I made my last and final new year's resolution in 1987. Ever since, I don't bother. It's just another day.
I don't really make new year resolutions. However,this year i want to master backlinking. Seems to be THE thing to work on very well to get a headway in writing articles (and probably a bit of success will follow).
1. Write all the time - in my sleep, on my phone, in between meetings, over coffee ...
2. Build social networking presence
1. To work on my 'time-management' skills... enabling me to actually make time to write a Hub or three!
2. To stick to a diet, give up chocolate (boo-hoo) and lose a LOT of weight - in time for me to be fit and fabulous at 50!! (It's the big 5 0 birthday July 13th!)
3. To stop 'over-punctuating', and cut down on my over-abundant use of exclamation marks!!!
Happy New Year everyone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Steven Escareno 9 years ago
since christmas is over, i figured we could all start preparing for the new year. therefore, lets hear what you guys new years resolution will be.
by tntguru 9 years ago
As the old saying goes: "If you fail to plan, you plan to fail". That, in part, is why I believe in making New Years resolutions. However, I think they should be simple, no more than three in number, and should be major goals that you wish to achieve before you die. Anyway, here is my...
by teenboyproblems 7 years ago
What are your New Year's resolutions for 2012?
by Victoria Lynn 6 years ago
What are some reasonable New Year's Resolutions that might actually be kept?Do you have some practical suggestions? Some that are easier to keep than others?
by Moipone 7 years ago
What was your new years resolution and How many stuck to their plans?
by Renee' D. Campbell 6 years ago
Do you think making a new years resolution means you have regrets?I have made resolutions in the past, some tangible and some not. But, then I begin to wonder what this says about our feelings about our life and our past.
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