It's been a catastrophic week for my at HubPages. My hubber score is decreasing day by day. My latest hubs I posted haven't been much of a success. I am not able to write a perfect hub. I think I am having problems choosing a topic. I have mixed up my ideas. Can anyone suggest me some ways to pick the right topic and how to write a master class hub for the same?
You need to write about what you know, not just pick a subject that is already covered on the internet and rehash it.
Since your profile page mentions that you are into photography, write about that. How to take photographs in low light, how to take photographs of pets that wont sit still, best photos of ....... (I do not know where you live and have taken photos of).
To write a good hub, follow those guidelines in the top right corner as you are putting your hub together. More than 3 images, a video and table, a survey if it is appropriate, over 1250 words if they go with your subject.
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