Have you got a list of decent titles that you have been meaning to write hubs on but probably never will get around to them? Then why no ask a question that will stimulate some hubs.
I have a list of probably forty or fifty hubs I'd like to write but probably will never write so I'm asking questions with them so that someone else can write a hub. If everyone did this using decent titles (that have been keyword researched) and then answered some of these questions with hubs we'd hopefully see a rise in traffic.
I've started the ball rolling by adding a few questions:
It might also give inspiration to those who are currently in 'Writer's block'.
That's a brilliant idea, SimeyC! Thanks for sharing those great prompts with the community!
So you come up with titles before you write anything? And tons of them?
Yes - I try and maintain a large list so that when I hit 'writer's block' I have a back-up. Some of the titles I come up with I discard in the end because I simply am not 'expert' enough to write a decent hub - however many of these titles would make great hubs that attract decent traffic - so rather than simply disgarding them I though why not share with the community....I also thought doing it through 'Q&A' would also help improve the quality of questions, and subsequently answers....
I do the same thing and list titles then research and write a hub. SimeyC this was a great idea for a forum thank you.
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