Do you research for Niche's or your gut response to the question; What are my passions?
I write about whatever I feel like writin' about. If it gets picked for a niche site, cool and fruity. If not, oh well, it can cool its heels on HubPages proper and I'll try again with something else.
I write under both. Usually the ones I can relate to or experience from. Passion has to come from you, it wouldn't be your passion if was researched that's writing about another's passions. When it's a topic like being prepared before going to a dealer to purchase a car. It would be a combination of the 2. You need your own passion from your experience and research to show the facts of what your saying.
Alright, I heard something about Amazon and something else recently about REO and now this. I guess it is time I starting caring. Then again maybe not. My niche ain't one.
Eric does that mean all your sermons aren't a passion? I would be very disappointed if there not. What better thing to be passionate about then your faith.
Terrie, pretty close to the opposite. I do not do any of the above. Thinking maybe I should. If I could compartmentalize the passion and the marketing -- maybe. But I have not tried it yet.
Science fiction and horror are my passions. I have written several books, and I have several dozen short story hubs on Hubpages.
Technical writing pays the bills, and that is the bulk of my Hubs, too. They also generate more of my Hubpages revenue.
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