I have written 10 hubs till now and I'm working on a new one. I have written 4 hubs about birds and some about my personal experiences. I am running out of topics. I have written everything that I know about. Now, how do I write a new hub? I wish to write more. But, I don't have any topic to write on.
All help will be appreciated. Thank you.
There can be so many topics to write . But it is always better to write on topics in which you have keen interest. If Your knowledge and personal experience flows into your writing, it makes for an interesting read and readers will come back to read your work again and again.
If you have an inclination towards creative writing , you can draw your inspiration from the abundantly beautiful Nature. You can compose poems or short stories to begin with.
If you want to write informational hubs there can be so many topics from your real life experiences.
The general rule for the writer usually is to write and express daily, even if it is one page.
Wish you all the best and happy writing!
Your bird knowledge is fully exploited? Are you sure? With a bit more research into niche areas of avian life you could, I am certain, write several more insightful hubs. Look online for similar topics and hopefully you'll get many ideas for different topics.
Plus, your experiences in Rajasthan would be greatly appreciated no doubt. Food, fruits/veg, trees, travel, dress, mythology, museums, temples, wildlife - so much wildlife I guess - history, family history, language, Rajasthan humour/comedy..as other people have mentioned write some lists, some personal anecdotal/factual stuff......Ithen what about Kuwait? Bon chances!!
@ Sakina Dear Friend, daily life is just brimming with topics to write about. You can take a routine that you do everyday and then step back and look at it in a different light--do a "What if I" were to Not brush my teeth today type of hub. But you have to have a humorous or serious middle tone to the text like:
"What if today I did not brush my teeth, would Russian dictator Putin declare war on Italy?"
"Would we the free world be attacked by Animal Zombies?"
And so on.
This is what I would do and yes, I have a similar fear of not having anything to write about.
Plan B is to write about someone who has touched your life.
Hi Kenneth! Thank you for the wonderful advice and for helping me out. You're so right. I appreciate your sincere feedback. Thank you and love you too dear friend.
You live in Kuwait and you're from Rajasthan in India. You can write travel-based Hubs about them. What is worth seeing? When is the best time to visit? Consider yourself an expert on those places and share your knowledge.
And as Admin recently told us, list style articles are doing well with Google, these days, so how about "10 must-see tourist attractions in Rajasthan" to start with?
You have a very long Hub about Kuwait. When I saw it the first time, I recommended that you break it up into several Hubs. One about the history of the country, one about culture, one about food, one about dress, etc. I'm sure you could think of extra material to add to each of those sub-topics to make several good Hubs.
The ideal length for a Hub is 1,000 to 1,500 words. If your Hub is much longer than that, you will probably get better search engine results by splitting it into two or three more specialized Hubs. That's because the separate Hubs can have more specific titles.
Great Foods From Rajasthan India That You Can Make At Home
Life in an Arab City
Low Gas Prices and Heavy Traffic in an Arab City
Wildlife in the Persian Gulf
You are a great writer and should have hundreds of ideas if you look around. People who search on the internet are interested in your perspective on life in an Arab city, as their perspective is very different than the truth.
As Marisa points out, these do not need to be too long, about 1200 words is great.
Once you're done going through the great suggestions here, I would recommend writing hubs on subjects you want to learn about. Is there something you really wish you knew more about? Google it read many websites, blog posts, forums, watch videos - you learn something you always wanted to and now you can teach people about it through your hub.
You do not need to be a true expert, no one is. You just need to know enough to give people the information they seek.
Great advice lobobrandon! I will keep this in mind. Thank you so much for helping me out. I appreciate your time and feedback.
I love your writing and your writing style. How about anything related to fashion where you live and changes that have happened, especially for women? What hobbies do you have? Interests. I think the idea of coming up with topics based on things you want to learn about is a great one. That usually takes more time if it's not something you already know much about but if it's something you are learning about anyway would be worth the effort. Things to do where you live based on time of year could be interesting since we are just entering a new season. Food and recipe might be ones that you could do that would take too much time though I'm not sure how much traffic recipe Hubs are getting these days. Have you read any good books you could review? I hope something here helps spark an idea or two. I look forward to your next Hub!
Try your hand at poetry and creative writing. Watch some birds interact in nature, write a poem about it, and then provide a scientific explanation as to what they are likely doing.
I use to have this same problem, when I use to write on this other, web site I had to give myself a rest, so I could come up with some new ideas.
Think outside the box. You know more than you give yourself credit for; you just have to figure out how to pull the pieces together and format the information into an article. When I reached 25 articles, I wondered what else to write about. I now still wonder if I'll ever reach 100. Step outside of yourself and you'll see plenty more to write about. Blessings and good luck.
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