Writing Your Hubs - What's the most difficult part?
I tend to find getting a good ending - without waffling on - is sometimes much harder than actually beginning a hub.
for me it is the introductory part...I will always find difficulty to get start..
Often, I find the most difficult part of writing my hubs is when to stop writing. I like to end with a very good sentence that puts a lot of meaning into the article, or, that will make a reader ponder and go back to read my hub again.
I always find it difficult to end the hub on a good closing note, most of the times i keep my hub unpublished until i find a good line to end. I guess the best hubs are the one's with good plots/theme.
I write poetry, and I frequently throw away the first half of whatever I write and then publish the middle and the end. I have discovered that lots of writers do this. Even George Lucas did this in Star Wars, starting with Chapter 4. A New Hope first. So my poems get straight into things quicker. Of course not everyone finds this suitable.
My ending is always important. Ending in a way that is memorable is important too. Also I take very long writing hubs. But even though I am slow, I try hard to make it be a good read. Keep asking yourself what it is about, find the shortest route to that outcome or point...I hope that helps a bit.
The most difficult part for me is making sure my article is ranked high in google and making sure I am maximizing the earning potential of my hub.
I always struggle with the intro. Usually I write something totally useless...write the rest of the hub and go back to the intro to make it something that is more to my liking.
Trying to vary the vocabulary a little and reducing the commas.
keyword optimization is very difficult for me.If you want to maximize your earnings, you need to target certain keywords which are famous!
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