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How do I get more inspiration to write on HubPages?
I'm out of idea now and I don't know what to write!!! Someone please help me please!
Normally I get inspiration from yahoo trending topics...and also the exclusive titles from hubpages. Writers block can be such a bother, and I wish you all the best in overcoming it.
Billybuc has some great articles on that. I am working on a few more on the subject. Have you written about your hobbies, product reviews or any " how to" guides? Is there any work experiences you can share insight about, that may help others?
If you just start reading more hubs you will be inspired and amazed. There are some wonderful works and a great sharing of ideas amongst this community. I am inspired daily. Take a step back from pushing yourself to write. I believe the writer's inspirational seeds of thought will again be fruitful.
How one can be out of idea stocks. Now the title of the question suggests that Hub can be written on the topic " What makes you feel so that You are out of India" or "What are the discouraging factors not to write on HubPages". This will make us understand as to How to make HubPage a beautiful platform to interact, share knowledge and distribute happiness all around.
I'm fortunate to be one of those folks who usually have more ideas rattling around trying to get written than I have time to write. There are days when I draw a blank, however. At such times, here's what I do:
1. Check the clock. Tonight, for example, I'd like to write an episode for my current fiction series--but those can take five to six hours to write, sometimes more. I need something a bit shorter.
2. Check Fox News. I'm conservative, except on certain social issues, so sometimes a political issue of the day will grab my attention. Rand Paul's filibuster on the Senate floor is a good example.
3. Check my email. Friends forward many an email with a great Hub seed therein.
4. Go through the stories on Yahoo News, simply because Yahoo is an easy scroll and sometimes has coverage on an issue or story that inspires me to add my two cents' worth.
5. Go to the bathroom and read my current "bathroom book of the day" while taking care of business. A passage in the book may make me think, get the creative juices flowing.
6. Start scrolling through these very Questions where we are now. I've probably Published at least 20 Hubs as direct answers to Questions and a handful more that are spinoffs.
7. Pick up the nearest object to hand and stare at it really hard. Right now, that object would be my coffee mug. It has pictures of two bulls on it announcing, Welcome to Drummond, World Famous "Bullshippers", One Exit Only, from my original home town of Drummond, Montana.
So? Well, I could write about that mug. Like any small town, there are good and bad things about Drummond. Bad thing: I could write about how they got all chickensh*t in recent years and changed that sign to be more PC, less hilarious. Good thing: Or, I could write about how, in 1963, I won my first pro rodeo bull riding Championship in my actual home town, and how cool is that?
The possibilities are endless...and I hope this helps.
by Julianna5 months ago
Where do you get your inspiration from to write?Everything I see inspires me to write; but where do you get your inspiration from? Work, family, life, environment?
by Susannah Birch9 months ago
I often see forum posts about how the site is 'dying', or asking why people would continue writing here after they've earned success on their own websites. So I thought I'd start a thread about WHY people still write...
by David Livermore4 years ago
I have nothing left to write. The last two hubs I wrote were an experiment to see if I could write "viral" content, which I don't think I did very well on.Beyond that, I think I have ran out of topics to...
by ~Pan Tak~4 years ago
Was curious after seeing most of the long term - experienced Hubbers. So thought of doing some research. Topic explains it. Let's try to be truthful here. What really keeps you going on here on HP? Why should Hubpages...
by bankscottage5 years ago
Do your friends or other family members also write on HubPages?Not counting friends you have met on HubPages, do any of your friends or other family members write on HubPages? What influenced them to join...
by catchpennyfashion6 years ago
Where do you find inspiration to write?Anything - articles, novels, poertry, etc.
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