Does hub writing challenge your mind?
If it does indeed pose a challenge for you to write a yet a single hub, please explain how so, and what makes it such a challenge for you. (Hub writing Bonus) If it isn't challenging to write a hub for you, try to write a hub as an answer to this question, that can provide new hubber's, and those having trouble with hub writing some useful insight, on how to improve their hub writing capabilities, research, use of imagery, topics, hub grouping, titling, etc.......
In a sense, the answer is both yes and no. I am a prolific writer. For example, I published 24 hubs last month, and I got into a very good flow.
And it is also true that I take each article I write on HubPages as a challenge - a challenge to be a better writer, especially to be more authentic and emotionally open. I also challenge myself to improve my use of technical tools like images, tables, and maps.
Also, and this is important for beginners, even though I'd written and published nine books before I came to HubPages, I was scared at first, and it took time and commitment to get myself going.
How did I get through it - and how do I get through it now? By reading! I read hubs, post positive comments, and answer questions until the writing flows. Knowing that HubPages is full of caring writers and readers like you helps me engage my best self and do my best writing.
Thanks, CloudExplorer, for the question. I hope it encourages many people to write more, and to do better writing. I'm back to writing now!
sometimes writing challenge our mind, as writing about different topics in informative and truthful way is very important for a writer.
For beginners it is important to maintain an open mind.
Hi, i'm new in HubPages , many times we read articles , newspapers , magazines , books, etc, but is very different to write your own article, book or even a comment.
If it's a challenge? YES IT IS because when you write a HubPage you must organize in your mind what you are going to write. If you don't do that, somewhere in the text the words and phrases perhaps don't make any sense in the context of what you are trying to explain others. So for me this is VERY BIG CHALLENGE, that i normally don't notice because when you read an HubPage , behind that someone needed to challenge is own mind for you. So HubPages after all is about writing with quality , in grammar but also in the themes you choose to talk.
by riotgrrrl 10 years ago
Do you have a particular technique for writing your hubs?Do you write it out first on paper, or do you create it as you go along? How long does it take you ,on average to write a hub?x
by Audrey Hunt 4 years ago
My goal is to create a catchy title for my hubs. This is my biggest challenge. Learning how to use Key Words used to be my goal, and I'd still like to conquer this, but I'm laying this aside to concentrate on better titles for my hubs. What about you? Do you have a hub goal or...
by Mike Pugh 6 years ago
Is hub writing a challenge for you?In your best words please describe any difficulties you may have had in hub writing, editing positioning of content, locating relevant content etc..., and if not try to help others learn of how you have achieved tackling the challenge of hub writing, especially if...
by flounderingsahm 8 years ago
What tools do you use to organize your hub writing?Or do you just wing it? For example, index cards, notebook, software program?
by Moon Daisy 7 years ago
Do you have a lot of 'red' hubs sitting in your HP account? Or do you decide on a topic, concentrate on that one hub and see it through from start to finish, before even considering the next one?I always have a large collection of red hubs, which I mostly started but abandoned somewhere along...
by avidix 7 years ago
Due to non availability of time can I write in Parts and when it completes then Publish it. Does Hub Page provide this facility to write in part and save and continue further on the same page under Hub?Thanks- Avinash
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