I have a few things I could write about - Lights (my first niche), Ableton Live, San Diego (where I live), but I don't quite know which I want to write about. Either way I'd like to find another niche, so when I'm bored of writing about lights I can switch to something else.
To answer your question - I didn't find it. So much as fall over it. And as for you and new niches - what are you looking for? A little push in the right direction ... or a hearty shove in the middle of your back?
Instead of writing in here - go write offline, then transplant into a couple of capsules - dress betsy up in a Hallowe'en costume, you know - Betsy Loves Hallowe'en ... Providing She Ain't In A Pie, lace it with some of your wit and you're away
And if betsy won't play ball, show her a tin and tell her you know just how to fit her in it. I'm sure she'd stand for a shot dressed as a Ghost Pig or maybe even a Banshee Porker.
I answered a question a few minutes ago and it got me to thinking about this. Do you write for you or do you write to make money. Below is a list of some of the more popular issues that you can write on that will make you money. And you can drill down in these niches and find some real gem niches....
A few days ago I reposted a comment that another hubber had taken from Google. The comment stated that if you wrote about what you know, your reputation would improve. In fact, if you were writing about issue relating to money or health, unless you had some authority your articles would be graded...
Hey everyone,This might seem like a silly question, the answer to which is probably glaringly obvious to my more experienced fellow hubbers, but I'm truly at a loss here. I'd like to know how you come up with original hubs to write after doing research on a proposed topic. Nearly every...
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