Working on a Goal: To Make 50 Squidoo Lenses

Here’s what I’ve accomplished so far. The Squidoo website has an honor called becoming a Giant Squid. To apply you have to have 50 quality lenses (mini-websites on Squidoo). I don’t want to make just 50 lenses as some may be discounted as lacking in quality is some way. Maybe my goal should be to make 60 lenses, then 10 could be knocked off and I’d still qualify. The other part of the equation is having high-traffic lenses. Mine are pretty new and some are specialized topics that may not draw much traffic.  We’ll see how it goes.

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