Hey everyone... I want to start off of what other people tell me to soo I can get good at short deadline papers... (just a thought that i thought might be fun for me)
CM look in the ideabank or the answers section for questions that need answering which can be turned into a hub. There are plenty of ideas there to write about.
That' exactly what I did when I first signed up with HubPages. I wanted to brush up on "writing on demand" about things other than the usual online stuff. The trouble was I didn't know enough to turn them into better Hubs with better titles. At least I got the brush-up practice writing, though.
I did the hub on the history of popcorn... that should pretty much give you the just of where it came from and why.
When I get stuck, I skim Google Trends to see what people are searching for. Usually something on the "More hot trends" link will be something I can write on at Hub length!
Don't force it CM let the ideas come to you...write on things you know and are passionate about..not what others tell you to write. let that be your last resort.
And WELCOME to hubpages!
well sometimes forcing writing can make you a better writer...but not all of the time. But I do hope you find topics that you are intersted in and write lots of fun hubs
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