I am not really new but not as old as some when it comes to hubbing. I wanted to do a search because I am sure that this has already been answered. How do you get topics for you new hubs?
In general, topics are about what you know, and enthusiastic in, and you feel you need to share this knowledge with others so others can be helped by it.
So, what do you know? How can this knowledge be useful to others?
Even knowledge you pick up incidentally can be useful. Just the other day I decided to write an article on how to do roach extermination yourself. That's after a bit of personal experience and research.
Out of my head, the answer section of HP but mainly from my mind.
I get them from all over; books, magazines, newspapers, news programs, tv shows, movies, art, my own interests.
by Janis Leslie Evans3 years ago
This just came through my Twitter feed: 20 idea topics that readers love. Check it out! http://www.prdaily.com/Main/Articles/13584.aspx#
by Cynthia B Turner6 years ago
I'm new to Hubpages. I posted my third Hub, but the topic I posted to was not as appropriate for my Hub as another actually is. Is there a way to change the topic or do I have to delete the Hub and rewrite under the...
by Marcus T Caine12 months ago
Is it possible to have different hubs about different topics or do we have to stick with one topic?
by StephenCowry5 years ago
Aside from the topics that we find interesting, what are the other ways that could make us come up with an interactive discussion on hubpage?
by Liz Elias2 years ago
I realize we are not supposed to write hubs suggesting people break laws.How about a hub telling someone how to legally challenge and probably get out of a certain type of speeding ticket?
by Sunnyglitter6 years ago
I had a dream about fruits and vegetables the other day, and it helped me think of a bunch of articles that I'll be writing this month.Does anybody else get ideas when they sleep? If not, when do your topic ideas...
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