What are you most interested in reading or learning that can be written in a hub?
There's an entire section of this site devoted to this question of yours.
It's called "Answers."
I know, I've answered hundreds of the questions
But not subjects I want to write about. Also I know the people on the forums and wanted to ask them!??
Are you here to write or make money?
If you're here to write, write what you love and know.
If you're here to make money check out some of the hubs by people such as Darkside and Mark Knowles etc... learn about SEO, keywords, backlinks and niches.
For those of us who've been here awhile most wouldn't really be upset if other hubbers stopped reading our work. Sure, it's nice to know your fellow writers appreciate you. However most of our hits come from google, yahoo, bing etc.
The Answer section was originally created so that people could ask questions for others to build Hubs about. It's a great place to find new Hub topics, if you just skip over the people who are asking overly-simple questions.
There's also the Ideabank.
Asking people in the forums for Hub topics just seems like you are trying to get someone else to do your work for you.
Deborah thanks for asking, its nice to know that you would like to write on topics that would be of most interest to others.
Some topics I would be interested in reading would be on:
coin collecting ideas for investors with a limited budget
hard to find import and export products for resale
information about city planning and design in Bangkok, Thailand
The great thing about the internet there is so many topics and subjects to choose from it can get overwhelming to narrow it down to just a single one.
Hope that helps!
Thanks for your on TOPIC comment Research Analyst.
I am glad you understood.
I was interested in what people want to read and/or know about,
I wasn't wanting people to give me ideas or topics. There is a difference. I could write on many subjects.
At times there are people without ulterior motive.
i'm interested in short stories or chapter by chapter as it is created...fictional; humorous; drama, etc.
i'm also interested in reading about life experiences - the good and the bad - but written from actual experience not from what someone researched.
some other topics catch my eye from time to time...
Im really interested in reading some more hubs that are keyed to specific family issues . Like how to deal with your a** of a Brother-In -Law....seriously or anything along the lines of dealing with stress, dealing with in-laws, etc.
That's probably a very good question to ask when you're new to hubpages ain't it?
I like to read anything fun and witty.
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