I'm on day 3 of the challenge and am running out of steam a little! My topics are internet, facebook, pregnancy & babies... along with a few others thrown in. Any quick ideas would be appreciated!
Internet always has something new to write about. Try visiting the main websites - Computerworld, PCworld, and Infoworld.
Also, there is always the ongoing discussion about operating systems - Linux, Windows, MacIntosh.
There are the security issues. This week, it was reported that Wordpress blogs hosted by Network Solutions were hacked, with malicious code being inserted. What does that tell us when one of the biggest hosting providers cannot keep their customers safe?
More on the safety front: It was reported that Google has been hacked as well, through luring passwords out of employees with administrator clearance. You can read about that on New York Times online version, probably Washington Post as well. Etc...
Why not write some product review hubs? What domestic appliances do you use - write a review? Baby products - write a review? Electronics such as TVs and phones - write a review?
Do you keep a list of topics you want to write on? I keep a word document of possible hub topics and cut articles out of newspapers and magazines when I come across them that have info on these topics that I might be able to use for research later
Maybe I will do some product reviews - I was hoping to hold off on them till I had more in depth topical hubs... I guess I could do a few.
I do have a list but some are ones I have to work on over time or need more effort. Although I did finish off four hubs today.
Ah well only 16 hubs to go!
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