But I'm already having trouble coming up with new ideas. You that have done it, or are in the middle of it, how do you keep the good ideas coming?
I usually get my ideas from things I see or conversations that I've had with friends. Honestly you get get inspiration anywhere just keep your eyes open.
You could always check out the Idea Bank and the Questions that are always being asked by your fellow Hubbers. Also, whenever I am going to write several Hubs I try to think about the things that I have either figured out how to do (like changing the brakes on my car or making a great marinated steak) or something that I would like to find out more about and then I research and write a Hub on them.
You have a lot of valuable stuff up in that noggin' of yours, now all you need to do is figure out how to get it inside of a Hub.
Also, if you can find a good niche that you're comfortable with, it's always good to nail down one type of topic if you know enough about it to write several Hubs on it.
Judt keep on hubbing that's it... to keep you moving be spontaneous...
Yeah, once you start publishing Hubs you'll find topics that either perform better or that you like writing about and those will become the topics that will get you through the HubChallenge.
Once you get into that mode of looking for things to write about they pop up everywhere. Take 10 minute brainstorming sessions. What interests you when you surf online? Chances are it interests other people. You know how once you look at one thing it makes you think of another then another? That's the way your brainstorming session will be too. Have fun with it!
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