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This is pretty fun! How do you fellow writers choose your hub topics?
Some people, especially if they are writing to make money, choose topics in a very methodical way by researching subjects people are searching for-- especially topics which do not already have lots of articles posted.
I write on things I find interesting, especially if they relate to my own experience. That is not to say that I always write in first person. From my journalism experience, I try to keep some objectivity and balance... except for the topics which are pure silliness.
I have taken a break from writing Hubs recently, but will soon start back.
There are several methods I use to develop topics.
1. Responding to Other Hubs. For instance makes claims that Social Security and Medicare will be gone in a year, I will reply with my own research.
2. There are some topics I like to write about, my dogs, my younger ears and similar things.
3. The unexpected. This is when I sit in front of a blank screen and something will catch my eye and give me the start of a Hub. Once the first paragraph is written, the rest is relatively easy.
Thanks for the tips/advice! I appreciate it
Reason two should had been my younger years not ears. The ears are the same age as the rest of me, but they did work better when I was younger.
I write about topics that interest me, topics that I see online and want to learn more about, I don't have a niche at all, I just prefer to write what I know, or what I would like to know
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