How to get back on track?
I just got a few months off from writing hubs and I want to get back on track. How do you motivate yourself to write better hubs? How do you bring back the drive?
Normally a Hub on something you like or do recently is a great way to get back into hubbing. I wrote about ponies and dragons for example to start writing again. In-between these I made a hub or two off of questions asked. From there on out you can easily keep the ideas coming. The hardest thing most people do is pushing the "publish" button. Maybe triple check the work or look for what they can ad then have to be ready to share it and make backlinks and a bunch of other ideas...but you seriously have to just write it and publish!
Read a lot of Hubs in many different categories, check out questions ( I did to find this one) and think about what your interests are and what expertise you may have to share. Avoid typos and spelling problems too.
by smanty 7 years ago
I am just a little curious about how much time people normally spend posting backlinks to their hubs before they actually write another one. Any advice or input will be very helpful.Also, how many hubs do you normally write a month - Just curious Thank You!
by Susan W 4 years ago
What would you like to achieve HubPages-wise this coming 2014? How many hubs, payouts, traffic etc? For me:- Have 200 to 250 hubs by the end of next year- Hit payout four to five times
by Chris 6 years ago
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by D22314 6 years ago
How do you motivate yourself to write?Lately I've been finding myself procrastinating way too much, and need to find a way to motivate myself to write more. Any advice?
by Liam Hallam 3 years ago
After 6 months on the site i've started the really wonder how many backlinks is a reasonable number to any hub, and really to a hub becoming successful? Or is it simply a lottery.What kind of figures do other hubbers consider?
by sandra rinck 9 years ago
Okay I have employed just about every piece of advise I managed to get from other successful hubbers so let's see if there is any difference. I have:researched key words and embedded them into my hubs. researched the products and for most of them have tested them. I am trying out different niches...
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