Niche and category of hubs?

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    Jcamdirposted 4 years ago

    Hi, everyone should I limit myself to publishing hubs related to a particular niche or category?

    1. Tiffanyapril profile image59
      Tiffanyaprilposted 4 years agoin reply to this


      I think you should write about what your passion about.  I believe that what you are passion about is your niche. Some people have the gift of having couple passions.  Whatever is your passion (or many), embrace it and write it. 

      “Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.”
      ― William Wordsworth

      “Your intuition knows what to write, so get out of the way.”

      ― Ray Bradbury

      May your day be Bless

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      sheilamyersposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I think it depends on whether or not you have enough to say about your chosen niche. I could probably do that, but my interests lie in more than a few areas, so I choose to write about all of them.

  2. zsobig profile image87
    zsobigposted 4 years ago

    I am writing articles about whatever topic comes to my mind, basically smile.
    Obviously, these are topics of which I know relatively more about than others, but I always do tons of research to make sure that the information I am posting here is correct and true. I don't want to screw my achievements here, so I try to be very careful, at all times.
    So all in all I would advise you to write about anything that interests you, as if you can write engaging content about it, then it would interest others as well.
    Of course, don't count on getting rich here fast, but you will certainly make a couple of bucks if you are witty enough smile.
    Additionally, try to aim for a Stellar hub article (more about that in the HP help), as the better quality article you post here, the more successful you can get smile.
    Good luck!

  3. chriscamaro profile image96
    chriscamaroposted 4 years ago

    You've kind of answered your own question by suggesting you'd be limiting yourself by sticking to a particular niche.  If you can dominate a given niche without having to diversify, so be it but few people can do that legitimately unless they have a very strong specialization, like an astrophysicist writing about every sort of phenomenon that governs the cosmos.  If you're not like that, just write about what you know and what you enjoy.  If your passion is genuine and your knowledge, complete, you'll attract an audience because a reader can tell the difference between an author who enjoys writing and one who doesn't.


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