How do YOU like to pick your next topic?
Just curious to see a few peoples methods for picking topics for their hubs.Do you like to search trending topics, or do you prefer to pull things you know, or are you interested to learn something new and give a how-to on it?
I see what is in the news and research.It's good to find a unique angle as well
For me, since I write mostly opinion, my next topic is a product of something that stirs me up.
As I am trying to make money doing this I let the keywords I find that I believe give me the best chance to accomplish that dictate my topics. As far as other topics are concerned for just writing creatively I just sorta pick those out of thin air when an inspiration hits me that I feel may be entertaining. For example my hub,"How To Get Drunk With Style and Grace". Not great money making potential with that one product wise,but was just sitting around being a zombie and it hit me out of thin air.
I like to write on diverse topics that interest me. It might need some research and I always try to add a different perspective and a personal opinion to whatever I write. At times, I just don't feel like reading and researching, hence choose topics which directly comes from me, my heart.
When I find I am having a hard time deciding I actually love looking at pictures. Looking at pictures really helps me look at things and see what clicks. Like "OH, I have a story for that!" kind of thing. It really is interesting for me to hear so many different approaches to writing.
there is so many thing are in life so i pick some unique which i related to human life environment etc watch the people what they doing then make the article
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by flightofdestiny 5 years ago
How do you pick topics for your writing?Whether it be fiction, poetry, or writing tips, how do you decide what to write about?
by Alexis Kenyatta Ellis 2 weeks ago
How do think of the best article ideas to write about?
by Ritik Singh 4 weeks ago
I continuously write hubs but from some days my cpm is very low just as $0.33 for that reason I get impression but I made no earnings from one week. Can someone tell me the trick to find high cpm topics.
by StephenCowry 6 years ago
Aside from the topics that we find interesting, what are the other ways that could make us come up with an interactive discussion on hubpage?
by Katleigh Merrier 15 months ago
I'm speaking mainly on your HubPages account, but also any side (or main) blogs. Do you think it hurts or helps your Hubs to have a diverse group of articles or is it better if it's all about one thing?
by Justin Frye 3 years ago
I try to search for what I want to write about before I commit. I keep finding that everything I want to write about it already covered, and covered well. Anybody else run in to this problem? What do you do?
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