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What To Write Your Next Hub About

Updated on July 3, 2012

Still no creative flow?

Try this article by esteemed hubber WhydThatHappen for more ideas.

Stuck for ideas..?

It's a satisfying feeling isn't it, finishing a thoroughly researched and well written hub?

But it disappears all too quickly, and you find yourself thinking: "What can I write my next one about..?"

Well here's a simple tip to help keep the ideas flowing.

That'd make a great idea for a hub!

Think about the amount of times you've wanted to know something and you've turned to the internet for help... safe to say it happens on an almost daily basis?

The fact is, without even realising it most of us turn to the internet for help every day. Whether it's to find out how many legs a centipede has, or even to search for the best place to buy a TV.

Well next time you find yourself asking the internet something... anything, really, make sure that once you've found out the answer, you make a note of it - after all, now you know the answer, why not share it with others who might be looking for the same thing?

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      Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago from the Greatest City In The World-New York City, New York

      This hub is excellent. Just be totally fecund with ideas. When you think of a title, just jot it down. It works with me!

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      WhydThatHappen 4 years ago

      Another option would be to write about another aspect of a previous hub, like if you did "benefits of x" you could do a "harms of x". Or if you talked about the importance of something, you can put it into scope and say how it's not that important without x and y. Build off of yourself, and all you'll ever need is an idea or two a month that you keep expanding on

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      John Crowley 4 years ago from Sheffield

      And so it should gmwilliams.

      Why'dThatHappen, it's a great tactic - one I'd almost want to add into this hub. But why do that, when I could expand it into a separate one? ;-)

      Great comments both of you, thanks :)

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      WhydThatHappen 4 years ago

      Funny you should say that, but I think I'll write a hub about expanding on hubs, and link it here- the source of the idea deserves some credit :)

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      John Crowley 4 years ago from Sheffield

      Excellent. Let me know when you've written it and I'll stick a link in this one :)

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      WhydThatHappen 4 years ago

      You got it

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      talfonso 4 years ago from Tampa Bay, FL

      Short but precise. Whenever a new trend in crafts not regarding brand of product arises or when there's a weight loss tip I have to teach to the world, I'd write a Hub about it. I already wrote one on putting epoxy clay on a bezel. I bought Crystal Clay and went to town on it to provide pictures for that Hub.

      Hey, if there's something interesting and unique worthy of seasonal or evergreen content, don't be afraid to create a Hub on it!

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      John Crowley 4 years ago from Sheffield

      Very true

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      WhydThatHappen 4 years ago

      I finished the hub and linked you at the top. Credit where credit is due. Cheers

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      John Crowley 4 years ago from Sheffield

      Ok, you're all linked up too :)

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