How do you find most of your article ideas?
Personally, I get most of my ideas from media that I use; video games, books, tv shows, internet articles, newspapers, and magazines are all great sources of ideas for articles for me.
I usually find ideas from the things I observe around me. Sometimes, something just pops into my head, and then I scribble them down in my "thinking pad".
Also, I'm now being more attentive to the possible trends.
I usually write on the art and craft I enjoy. Every new project becomes my new article. Its easy for me to write and keeps me motivated because art and craft is something I enjoy a lot.
Ditto for me! And I also look into life experiences. I recently published a Hub on expensive birthday parties. I felt a bit guilty of all the birthday parties my parents threw for me. So I thought, "Why not turn my guilt (and what I read on the Internet on parents living through the same things) into a Hub?" So don't overlook personal experiences while looking for article ideas!
I've haven't written for a while, but when i see something that perks my interest, whether it be old or new, i'm inspired to write about it. Also, reading others' articles encourage me to write more of my own!
by zionsphere 6 years ago
Does anyone else keep themselves up at night with article ideas?You would think that after writing all day, I would get tird of tossing ideas around in my head, but no... it keeps me up at night! Does anyone else do this too?
by mariexotoni 2 years ago
What advice do you have for other hubbers?I'm just getting back into writing on HP, and it feels like idk how to write anymore. I'd like to reach $100/month- and of course, I'm sure others would. Do you have any advice in terms of SEO, writing, and topic selection that is relevant today?
by Dan W Miller 2 years ago
I have created a pitiful 29 hubs in four years. But I'm a lot more active on facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google Search. You people MUST LIVE ON HERE! How in the world do you find subjects for crying out loud? You must be just writing for writing sake. In order to write something, I have to FEEL IT,...
by Cholee Clay 3 days ago
At what point do you stop trying to get a specific article to the niche sites? I've been working on an article for over a year now with no luck. I've e-mailed staff to no avail and only get a generic "your article was not selected" e-mail every time I edit and try to re-submit this...
by Evan Hutchinson 7 years ago
That's the way of the internet. Google isn't the be-all end-all of the internet, and I'm kind of glad I spent a lot of time rarely posting on the forums because there is so much worry about Google this and Google that. Yeah, I know it did cause a big hit, but that's why you gotta be a hustler. Keep...
by Scott S Bateman 3 months ago
I have been pleased with the audience and revenue for my articles on HubPages since joining the site some years ago.I commend the company for creating the successful niche sites at a time when similar sites were folding. My existing articles that moved to those sites have done even better than...
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