Did you ever lose steam writing on hubpages but come back with the vengeance? How? Why?
Very frequently. My hub ideas come in spurts. Which, unfortunately, means there are dry spells. During those times, I try to keep active on the Q&A section, while reading and commenting on other hubs. It keeps my profile visible until I can get another shot of inspiration.
That's pretty much how I am with everything in life . No, I do tend to have times where I am focused more on other projects and during those times new hubs are few and far between, but I will take some time to go in and update old hubs. Sometimes in that process you find inspiration for a new one. Otherwise, I say don't stress about it. We do our best work when we feel inspired, not when we feel we "have to" get something done. Since it's HP and not for clients, I tend to just do hubs when I feel the urge.
It's tough when you think you have a good idea and write a hub about it only for it to be shunned. That can immediately cause you to lose steam and think about giving up, but nobody said writing was easy.
Even if I get far more misses than hits, it's not worth giving up because at the very least you're improving as a writer and eventually it'll pay off.
i am sort of all of a sudden lots of ideas coming in and then wanted in post them here but always had to take more time since I want to get them featured. So, the steam goes on and off all the time
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