How many people post a hub everyday?
So I have been trying to write a hub everyday and tonight the inspiration just is not coming and wonder how many people write everyday, and if not what is the average amount of hubs you post a week?
Just think about literally everything you have ever done, ever, and think how you can somehow impart that knowledge or wisdom into an article. I didn't think I could do it either; when I was joining other pages as a teenager before I discovered HP, I would be proud of one or two articles a week. I've been part of HP for just under three weeks and publishd 29 articles. Just sit down and scribble down things you've done, places you've seen, places you've eaten - did you go to a great restaurant once? Have you been on a package holiday that you could review? Do you happen to know great places to eat in a certain town or city? Brainstorm ideas and figure out how to turn them into hubs; the ideas will come (still following you and loving your work so far)
Thanks for your advice and i love your hubs about Japan. I always wanted to go there and seeing your hubs makes me want to go even more.
I have a couple in the works in the progress involving abandoned towns, Sims, and writer exercises, as well as many research articles that I still need to format to make it hub friendly but I feel really depressed and mad at myself that I don't have anything ready just yet tonight. This will be the first night that I don't have a article ready.
But reviews...yes I can do a couple of reviews, and maybe the process of planning a trip overseas (first time i will be leaving the USA), so maybe I can come up with something tonight. I will see if anything comes to my mind before the end of the night.
I write about my life's journeys. Things that have happened to me and my family over the years there are a few articles that are not part of my life but mostly things that have affected me
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