I am looking for a subject that I could write a lot about. For instance I had started writing about loans and stopped because I realized no matter how much I studied it, I couldn't offer the knowledge and helpful tips that someone who has taken out loans and paid off loans for years and years could. I chose the topic because I could write about loans in general, than write hubs about all different types of loans and link them back to the original hub.
basically I was wondering if anyone had ideas of subjects like this where you can write a general hub, than branch off into a lot of specific hubs.
If anyone does respond, do know that I enjoy researching and writing about anything so don't be shy with suggestions.
oh, and I have been killing myself trying to think of something that I could research and write a lot about for 2 days and just can't take it anymore. That is why I am resorting to asking other people what I should write about
Write about your hobbies, things you love, things you like, things you know about, things you want to know more about.
Where do you like to vacation, or where would you like to visit?
What do you like to eat, or what do you like to cook?
What do you do for entertainment?
What do you do for a living?
What would you like to do for a living?
How could you do ____ better?
That should get you started.
Hey the recession is still pretty big at the moment and people will always want to know how to make and save money, maybe you could start there.
BTW read the thread about your hubs being copied thats harsh I hope they get a right good telling off! (To put it politely)
thanks, me too. Hope they get in trouble with the law actually. That would be more incentive not to turn around and copy some other persons work.
Damn straight, I don't know if these people are greedy, lazy, stupid or all three? Plus just had another idea, you could write about your favourite famouse people, I am working on one now I got the idea from the favourite dead celebtity thread. Good luck.
thanks I will start thinking about all suggestions so far. And feel free to keep ideas coming =P
its kind of funny because the niche that always made me the most money was "how to make money online" but I already covered that subject and no It seems like I can't find what to write about. I'm taking time atm to think about the suggestions and find something out of them to write about.
hate the days when I go brain dead and spend hours doing nothing but thinking of what to write about.
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Another brainstorming tool you can use is the Google Wonder Wheel. Just search for your item "Pancakes", or whatever, and it will come up with other possibilities for you. Sometimes it can be really helpful.
You could write about car body kits such as:
body kit bumpers
suzuki aerio body kit
body kits spoilers
z3 body kit
nissan 240sx body kit
oldsmobile alero body kits
alfa romeo body kits
lexus es300 body kit
I guess if you are really into auto parts.
You could also check out the ideabank here at hubpages. They've already found some niche keyword article options for you
I reckon Bard of Ely is on to something when you write about your hometown.What about the history of your hometown.Everyone gets tourists who use the net.
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