When I'm revising, daily word count goals just don't make sense for me. Instead I try to have a deadline for myself; say, a month or three months or whatever to finish a revised draft. I've typically then sought out feedback from fellow writers, and then I start another round of revisions. I'll go through that cycle several times until the manuscript seems polished and ready to query. Keep in mind that revisions do and should take longer for beginners. For revising, allow at least double the time that you spent on draft one (preferably a lot more!). Some people can work on a new first draft in the mornings, while revising another project in the afternoons (or vice versa). That just doesn't work for me. I get very emotionally invested in the characters, especially the love stories, and I can't switch gears that easily. I prefer a shorter period of working intensely, followed by a longer period of slower work, or a break. I'm still a writer during the breaks. I'm getting ideas, contemplating the plot of my next project, reading voraciously, social networking & marketing...all the things that fall by the wayside when I'm in the thick of a first draft.