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How To Write Ten Hubs A Day

Updated on October 9, 2011

This hub is about writing very high quality articles, not about becoming a content farmer just looking forward to make money with the advertisements and the books.

1. Select the topic you are going to write about. If you are an expert on computers, write nothing but computers. Writing about topics you are not an expert on will just drive people away once they see you are not the guy who knows it all.

2. First make a list of the titles you are write. Make a list of ten good titles. It is easier to work on the same task than to spit the tasks. By focusing on all titles at the same time, you ensure all your attention goes to create better titles.

3. Write only introductions first.

4. Now write the body.

Finding motivation to write is the hardest part. There are people who write for pleasure, others that write just for the money, and there are people who write to be the best. What is this best? It can be the one with the most informative content, the one with the most followers, with the most page views.. it does not matter, if you write to be the best you will get the best of all worlds.

Since all your articles will be very high quality when you write to be the best, they will generate the most revenue, and they will have more traffic than hubs written just to make money.

Try a challenge, beat the best internet article writer. I consider the best article writer to be Sean Mize. He wrote more than 24.600 articles for Ezine Articles. Try to do the same for Hubpages.


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      Website Examiner 6 years ago

      I agree with your approach. Before opening your hub, having looked at the title, I thought about how I would do that. My answer was to outline them all prior to actually writing, and to stay on one topic.