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How too write a decent hub

Updated on April 5, 2010

Tips on how too write a decent hub

There are so many different ways too write a decent hub that I doubt I can name off every single one of them. So below are five tips to write a decent hub and these tips have actually helped me out quit a bit. These tips may not seem like much but they are helpful. These tips are listed in no particular order.

Just write- This is actually one of the most over looked tips and I think that it is an important tip. If you ever have the itch to write about something that you have just thought up on a whim than just do it, who cares if it doesn't make to much sense. If you just write than you might actually be surprised with the end results.

Find your Niche- No matter who you are remember that you do know something. No matter what topic you know a lot about or what your hobbies are just make sure you pick a niche, even if it seems stupid to you. Picking a niche will also help you become a better writer as you will be researching more and more about your chosen topic/topics.

Set writing goals- It is also helpful to set a goal on the amount of hubs that you want to write in a day, week, month etc.. Make sure that you try your hardest to stick with your hub writing goals.

Check your Grammar- As you are writing your hub/hubs make sure to keep using the spell check button because spelling can make a hub look good, great or horrible.

Make sense in your hub/hubs- If you want to write a decent hub than make sure the words you are using make sense and are structured right. You will be surprised to know that there are many articles that do not make sense at all. This makes a big difference in whether your hub looks good or bad.

These tips may not look like much and there are a lot of other tips out there but these are a good starting foundation in your quest on writing decent hubs.


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    • cmonstahchik profile image


      8 years ago

      Thank you, but I have another tip about how "too" write a decent hub. Try to use the right choice of the three similarly sounding words, "to", "two", and "two". To make sure you do this, you should probably look your hub over before you publish it. That way, you will seem more professional and sound like you know what you are talking about.


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