I like writing about a lot of different things and sometimes I think it makes it harder to choose what my next hub will be about. Generally I come up with ideas while talking to other people. Something they say is interesting enough to research and write about. There are times something on the news or something I read brings up ideas. And finally, I write about personal experiences. I get ideas pooping into my head quite often, so I write them down. I now have a long list of things and will get to them all sooner or later.
If I hear or see something that strikes a real interest or emotional reaction or something I feel like I need to get out.
I don't think I choose but rather do what makes sense and feels right.
by Cathy6 years ago
When you write, do you choose topics geared toward a broad audience?What elements of consideration do you employ before choosing a topic?
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by Baileybear7 years ago
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by Mary Craig4 years ago
How do you choose your hub topics?Do you get ideas from other hubs or questions or just your muse?
by Hannah4 years ago
If you have a gaming blog, what do you like to write about most in your Hubs?By which I mean reviews, opinions, design ideas, etc.
by Abhiram Singamsetti4 years ago
Where do you generally find the inspiration to start a new hub?Where do you search in? Is it the web, or your previous experiences or just search within your brain for better ideas?
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