Need guidance, I am new to Hub Pages. I don't understand on what topics to write on.
I am on Hub Pages since a long time now, but still I am unable to produce more hubs. I don't understand on what topics I should write on. Please guide me.
Write about what you know. Write about something you would like to know about. Do the research, learn about it and then write what you learned. Write about your feelings, thoughts and life. Write about your community and how they live. In other words, write about everything that interests you. Those are things that will interest other people also.
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What you have to do is first, you have to understand the reason why you are on here,second, you have to detect yourself,you have to know what you can do most, you have to do a lot of research on what you know you can do most and on what you wish to do, after that you will explore in both ways.
i'm not the best writer but i do enjoy it. i write about things i either know a lot about or topics that have caught my eye. you don't need to be a great writer, just have an opinion and state what it is.
I think this hub will help:
http://cardisa.hubpages.com/hub/How-Do- … -Your-Hubs
However, the best way to write hubs that will resonate with your audience is to write what you are already familiar with or what you are truly interested in. That way your articles will have a personality.
To begin with you can choose entertainment related topics. I would suggest write some articles on celebrities and add several attractive images.
Utilize this answers section to find ideas for hubs you could write. Just opt for the 'make a hub about it' box instead of the 'answer this' box. If you do it soon and don't publish the hubs you write until March 1st, then they will automatically go into the March contest, and you stand to win quite large financial prizes if they win.
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