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I see many hubbers with literally hundreds of hubs. I've seen a few with over a thousand hubs. Now, anyone can spit out a poorly written hub just to increase their numbers, but these fellow hubbers are just spitting out some amazing high quality hubs!
How do you do it? How do you stay focused enough to write several hubs a day?
What is your method? Like, do you write each hub one at a time? Do you outline and plan out your hubs ahead of time? How many hubs do you write in a day?
I'd like to know the answers to these questions, too...
I'm a slow-poke...my hubs took me a long time to create. Maybe I need to change how I do things here.
Not sure I qualify for the "tons".....but I produce hubs in spurts. I have participated in over a half dozen of the 30-day HubChallenges and that accounts for a lot of my hubs. (I have also unpublished about 15 or so over the 2 years that were previously up.)
When I'm doing one of the challenges I get into a zone of watching for topics to write about. Everything around me becomes inspirational. These topics are then easy to write about and flow pretty easily without much research.
Every now and then I brainstorm ideas and sit down and research the keywords and will actually begin the hubs and set them aside. I then use these on days when I want to write but don't necessarily have a topic in mind. I can always write something on one of the topics I've already started. By doing that a little each day, some days I suddenly have 3-4 hubs finished and ready to publish.
by Leigha Havard5 weeks ago
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!
by Audrey Selig7 years ago
Some hubbers have written a hub a day for seven months. How is this possible? What about research?
by Arun Dev2 years ago
Hello Hubbers!I'm really curious about which websites everyone refers to while looking up information for their hubs. This query of mine was sparked by this forum discussion:...
by Barbara Badder6 years ago
What hubs have you written that don't rank and don't get any traffic?I'll share that most of my dog hubs get very little traffic.Neither does my hub about being addicted to Farmville.From your experience, what topics...
by Carolee Samuda4 years ago
I have been thinking about leaving for a while, but I know that in those times I have had something else going on that depresses me a bit. It started when I lost my brother and I began to, somewhat, lose that oomph I...
by Tessa Schlesinger5 weeks ago
Probably the best advice I could ever give anybody is not to write about what nobody cares about. So I was happy to see that the writing cooperative mentioned that in this article.https://writingcooperative.com/stop-wri...
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