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  1. yoursinglepurpose profile image65
    yoursinglepurposeposted 5 years ago

    Just trying to find some hubs related to content ideas for blogging. Also, if anyone can recommend contending with a full time job and trying to post regularly to Hubpages. I feel so behind everyone else because I see hubs posted so frequently. How does everyone do it??? Thanks so much!!

    1. WryLilt profile image92
      WryLiltposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I think the first thing to be aware of is that Hubpages is not for blogging. And you won't make money off blogging your opinion or life unless you're a celebrity.

      You WILL make money off stand alone quality articles aimed at what people are searching on Google.

      1. yoursinglepurpose profile image65
        yoursinglepurposeposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        There is such a vast variety of topics out there, I thought someone MIGHT do a hub about blogging. It was not my intention to suggest that Hubpages is a vehicle for blogging. On the contrary, I appreciate it for exactly what it is. And the other matter, I had in my question is something I struggle with is the frequency that I can write Hubs. Some people are posting daily and I just wonder how they're able to do it and work too. That's my biggest hurdle as a hubber.

        Thanks smile

        1. WryLilt profile image92
          WryLiltposted 5 years agoin reply to this

          Sorry... there are a lot of people that come here and treat it like a blog, writing 200 word hubs about what they had for breakfast smile

          As for the output... My personal best is 8 hubs in one day. I think the trick is to work up to it - try setting yourself a workable goal of one hub a week, then two, then try the 30 day challenge.

          I couldn't do 8 hubs in a day now... it's definitely like any other type of writing, where you need to get in the 'headspace' and let yourself go without too many other distractions.

 
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