Just curious to know, usually I look up random stuff all the time. There is nothing in particular that I would say I care about!
Topics that get right down to the core of the human soul. I set the bar pretty high for myself. Write about what you like to write about and there will be a following somewhere waiting for you.
I do write what I choose! I was asking to prove a point!
What was the point, if you don't care about anything?
Just wondering, not that I really care.
I must not have been clear in my question, earlier there was something in the forum informing hubbers they should stop writing about stuff that people don't care about!
So that's why I was asking if there was stuff ppl really cared about to look it up!
But is that forum post correct or is it horribly misguided? Everyone needs to decide that for themselves.
There are always people who think there is nothing of interest in the feed because everyone has such a wide array of interests. It's ridiculous. Think of it this way... It's like going to a grocery store and complaining about everything there even though you couldn't possibly buy 99% of the items anyway. Stand in front of the frozen pea section and let everyone in the store how much you hate frozen peas instead of moving on....
To hell with what other hubbers think. This is your experience too. Make the best out of it.
Whatever inspires you at the time, and can also inspire others, or be useful to them. If there isn't anything you can write with an element of passion, writing might not be for you...
You're right in asking, whether writing is in your blood or not.
Are you asking for topic suggestions? Hubbers are usually very cagey about that. We like to keep the good ones for ourselves
Write, write, and write some more about stuff that people want to read.
Paranormal and ghost stories are things I like to read in my spare time.
Well, the comments was fun to read, if that counts? Lol
I would say the stuff I loom up most is educational stuff, and things on various games I play at the time.
I'd like to read more about the proper care and feeding of rutabagas.
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