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How do you keep from repeating yourself when you're running out of ideas for hubs?
Great question, Sarah!
I actually never run out of ideas for hubs. I have probably about 20 unfinished hubs saved, some with just a title I thought of on a subject I wanted to write about. I have interests in several different areas so I have plenty to write about. Also, I have found that as time goes on, ideas come to me more easily in everyday life. For example, I might be doing a project around the house or observing something somewhere and think, "I should write a hub about this." Or trying a new recipe. Or reviewing a new product I bought. In that way, your everyday life gives you inspiration for hubs.
This is how it's been working for me, anyway. I hope this helps answer your question.
I do not think a person could run out of ideas. There are so many resources and ways to brainstorm. Newspaper, magazines, Google, even hubpages. Plenty of ideas scatter around to trigger your creativity. Cheers!!!
I never just run out of ideas for hubs. My thing is that sometimes I'll go a few days where I have too many ideas, but I don't know how I want to frame them in my hubs. Whenever there is a time where I'm low on ideas, I'll often find ideas from watching the news, reading other articles, or watching videos on Youtube. There are so many ways to express our ideas, so the possibilities are limitless.
No, that doesn't answer my question. I have some ideas, but I can't remember if I've already touched on them in previous hubs. Do you understand what I'm saying? Sorry if I was unclear, but repetition was the operative part of that question.
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