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You know, I tell people here pretty often to 'write what you know or want to know more about', but I've been a hypocrite. There are tons of things in my household that have been problems that I've desperately wanted to know more about that I have BEEN researching...
Man, I have a million new topics to write about (well maybe 3).
Nothing wrong with that. About half of my hubs are things I didn't know anything about until I did the research.
Knowing what we do not know, and writing what we know makes the hub interesting to readers.
Well get busy then writing about your dust bunnies, or where the shiit comes from. How 'bout writing on why my house has spooks?
It happens to me too - sometimes the obvious is staring me right in the face yet I don't see it
Writing about what you know is good advice, but I like to mix it up more than that. I like to write about what I know, what I don't know, what I need to know, what I'd like to know etc. This keeps me from getting bored.
If you've already researched something then yes - definitely write about it. You're already half done!
by Liz Elias6 years ago
Well, I've done a fair amount of research on my own, not necessarily understanding all of it, and I've read several articles by fellow hubbers that explain things more simply, still requiring me to bookmark the hub for...
by Ken R. Abell7 years ago
Why did you join HubPages?
by Rehana Stormme6 years ago
What is more fun? Writing dozens of articles for a niche or writing all sorts of articles from holidays to teeth whitening? And leave aside the fun, what about the money - which has more potential? What would you rather...
by Sullen917 years ago
This was a nice experiment, but I've ultimately concluded that this site blows. The two competing interests are making money and writing quality articles. Mind you, I've written a handful of stellar hubs, yet I haven't...
by Shadaan Alam4 years ago
I have just been wondering how many of my fellow hubbers have been earning more than $2 on a daily basis on HP. I know it is tough but i just wanted to make atleast $100 on a monthly basis on HP which is a far dream for...
by Molly Layton3 years ago
(I hope 'hubbing' is a colloquial verb. If it is not, I just made a major fool of myself.)I created a Hubpages account a few days ago. Since then, I've written three Hubs. Two are published and there is a third in QA....
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