When I think of a topic to write about, I don't know how to search for it, to see if it was written about already. I find the overall search topic, for example "pets", but not the specific topic I want to write about. After my hub is published is when I see the similar topics at the bottom of my hub. Then I get upset when I see someone else already wrote about the same topic.
Use the HP search bar instead. After the search results show up, look on the right side and click 'hubs' to narrow the search to hubs only. Also, don't get upset.
by Glen6 years ago
And it's right under our very noses. What is it? Stuff that you're interested in!Your hobbies, your work, your experiences... do a bit of keyword research to see how many other people are interested in it and what...
by Ryan Jarvis Cornelius44 hours ago
I can write about anything but I love writing bout movies on here. Love being creative.
by Michelle Weathers7 years ago
I am out of ideas. I am going to make a hub about the first topic posted here as long as it has nothing to do with vampires.
by Dave Hatton4 years ago
Hi Helpers. I have been posting all my hubs to a MICRO TOPIC within home & garden...all featured ...but all with single digit 24 hr views.The first time I posted to a more general SUB TOPIC (home improvement)...
by Emily Tack2 years ago
As a consequence of seeing a post in the political and social area discussions, I decided to do a Hub Pages search for marijuana. There are quite a few published hubs about it. So, are Hubbers allowed to write about it,...
by Aj Sethuraman3 years ago
I want to write about things I love, which is what I'm told you should do. So, for you guys who have had successful hubs, are your hubs like that because:You got lucky, and what you're passionate about is a hot...
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