What is your inspiration for writing hubs, and do you have a specialist subject?
Do you write about the things that interest you or the things you think will interest others?
My inspiration is my life. Forty-Six years of living gives me a lot to write about. Even though I have yet to publish many hubs. I've written only one hub that required research. It was on a subject that I was quite interested in. Aside from that, my preference is to write about what I know...no research required.
I love to write on marketing related topics like product development, market development. On lighter side I love to touch the topics relating to relationship, love and motivation.
I like to improve my writing skills and that is only inspiration what is driving me to write hubs. I am not a professional writer but love to be one and some day I will be.
Spirituality is my subject and way of expression. To writ about it is a gift that focus on a multitude of different fields of knowledge. Without "spirituality,there would be no life,according to the increase.
I like to write hubs on different topics...whatever inspires me at the moment, or whatever idea hits right then I will sit down and write. Topics I like to write about includes music, books, entertainment, travel, writing, cooking/recipes.
I do have certain subjects that I like to write about but the inspiration for what the next hub will be can come from anywhere. I've been flicking through a magazine, reading a newspaper, surfing on-line, or just over hearing a conversation and an idea for a hub springs to mind. Sometimes I don't stick with the original idea but change it about a bit. But inspiration can come from almost anywhere.
Social issues attract me more, but I also like to write on other topics. Newspaper stories and also life around us makes me ponder on issues that could become the subject of my writing.
My inspirations in writing hub is my love ones and my special subject is HEALT AND FITNESS
Whatever happens in my life. School, work, the news, my family. It is all fair game.
My main topic for now is Bipolar Disorder, written from a more positive point of view. Next to that I like to write Hubs about relationships between men and women.
Bold and honest "in to your face" advice to wake up couples or singles, to approach tipical issues in a different way. I write about subjects that interest me.
The other way round, to me would make writing less fun.
by Eric Farmer 5 months ago
I want to write a lot of hubs (compared to what I wrote last year) this year. But the main hurdle is that I feel like I ran out of ideas or cannot create good ideas for new hubs.I come with some ideas, but they end up being too general or not good for online search. I try to think of more specific...
by smanty 8 years ago
I am just a little curious about how much time people normally spend posting backlinks to their hubs before they actually write another one. Any advice or input will be very helpful.Also, how many hubs do you normally write a month - Just curious Thank You!
by Muttface 5 years ago
It seems to be a regular sentiment in the forum threads. Are you waiting to see what will happen?
by brandonhart100 8 years ago
Assuming you care to be visible to big G.1. Start with a niche topic that can get a lot of search results. Use the adword keyword tool to find it. If you don't know what that is google "adword keyword tool". 2. Make a hub based on that topic that is somewhat broad concerning that...
by sam24354 3 years ago
I have just started, so I dont expect it in the near future, but how many hubs, or how many months before you start making money? How much traffic is considered to be good traffic? Right now I am getting about an average of 75 hits per day on 4 hubs. Is that good? What...
by Bruce Chamoff 8 years ago
For the newbies and experienced Hubpage members, it seems that it takes some work to stay alive on Hubpages. From writing hubs to answering questions to being on the forums, I do admit it is fun either way but it takes a lot of work.I know most experienced hubbers advise not to worry about...
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