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I feel like a total loser. I joined this amazing a few days back. I wrote only one hub so far. then i realized I can't write any further...there is a lot of stuff all ready written on every topic. I feel so bad.
Don't quit yet. A lot of content on any topic means it is a hot topic and has lots of traffic. Can Hubpages saturate the market on every topic like Wikipedia? I don't think so. You can also write content based on current events for example 2014 Christmas or even expectations for 2015. All the best.
write things like your hobbies, there is no need to worry if there are lots of hubs with the same topic, because your own experience makes it unique
I have to agree with PinoyMom. Yes, it may be the case that someone has already written an article on something you wanted to write about, but this will happen a lot. What you have to bear in mind is that everyone writes differently and with a different perspective. An example of this is someone writing about the benefits of exercise. One person might write a very informative and scientific article on the physiological benefits and focus on all the chemical and hormone changes and so on. Another person may write on the same subject matter, but concentrate more on the emotional sense of wellbeing that exercise brings and the psychlogical benefits of seeing a trimmer body in the mirror. Both are good articles, but one may appeal more to one person than the other. It all comes down to using your own voice and we all have our own unique voice and our own unique way of seeing things.
by Dedicated Content Curator5 years ago
Oh the joy of seeing traffic rise ..... I set out to increase traffic two weeks ago and saw it increase by 40% per day.Trouble is ... today, for no good reason, it's dipped 20% below the starting point.Oh such a sad day...
by Susannah Birch3 years ago
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by brandonhart1007 years ago
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by Laura4 years ago
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by Billy Haynes7 weeks ago
Had someone ask me to write a comical style article based on the following title, would it be a topic allowed on HP, or would I need to find another outlet to publish it?"Things That Will Make Your Professor Feel...
by akrami7 years ago
Hello dear Hubbers!Please help me to find good topics or titles to write on. I can write on most of the common subjects, but have to idea about the titles to write on. So, Please help me with you suggestion...
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