As we make our hubs, there are factors to be considered. Hubs are done properly if we are mentally ready, physically able, spiritually gifted, socially informed, etc.
Sometimes I feel very excited to write and sometimes I can't do it. In my mind, I have to make one but I am not in the mood to do it.
Does anyone also feel about like this?
I'm with WryLilt. However, I won't publish hubs until I've spent a few days going back over and improving it little by little. So I guess at different points in time I'm "mentally ready, physically able, spiritually gifted, socially informed, etc." and it all comes together into my completed hub.
I have to sit on a hub for a few days as well. Right now it is hard for me. I am niche-specific at the moment, and I have to be careful that the subject I post about on my blogs is not the same topic for my hubs, or Google will ding me for it. So I find myself more times than not checking, re-checking, and doing a final check before I post my hub. Did I mention I am on Squidoo too?
The best thing I have done for myself is write in MS Word first, and I mean everything. That way if I find myself repeating something that I said in another place, I can double check first to see if I have it in one of my folders in Word, than if not, I keep writing, but if I do, then I change the post, article, etc....
It is a good practice to follow, especially if you are niche-specific and on multi-plateforms.
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