From everything you see, hear, feel, and think about. I'm trying to get into the habit of jotting down everything that comes to me that could be turned into a hub. The possibilities for topicsare endless!
Questions/Answers section in HubPages is my main source of ideas.
http://hubpages.com/question/131115/how … -analytics
The above link is one of the similar concept.
I'm also really active on WebAnswers - which is also a great source of ideas.
I got the idea to write a hub from the title of the ads that appear on our artickle.
Inspiration can come from anywhere. Be open to anything. I find it helpful to carry around a small notebook in my pocket to jot down a potential story idea. I also keep a notebook on my bedside table. Dreams can make wonderful stories. The problem is that they're often elusive once you wake up, hence the notebook.
Typically I get my ideas from those around me or from that which is within me. Crappy, unhelpful answer? Yeah...let's see if I can do a little better. With varied interests I haunt forums, read voraciously, ponder imponderables, notice the quirks of others, explain away the quirks of myself and, generally, try and claw out a story line that may prove uplifting and informative to others. OK...perhaps uplifting and informative is a reach and a blatant misrepresentation of my work. I shall stand by it until the lawyers file the appropriate injunctions against me to stop.
i get mine from everyday life, the people i see around, my own emotions .. it is a flooding of random thoughts and experience that throws me to the thrill of writing! ~ m
Most of the time ideas just pop into my head while taking a shower or driving to work. Sometimes I will overhear conversations and will be inspired to write a hub about one of the concepts they talked about. Another thing I sometimes do is look at the curriculum of some of my friend's college classes. Sometimes those will have great ideas as well.
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