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How to Write a Good, Solid and Attractive Hub

Updated on December 7, 2018

Whilst sitting down and writing this article I got to thinking of how everybodys situations and lifestyles are different. Some people have all day to write an article and some people may only have half an hour on their lunch break to get an article written up. who's article do you think would be better ?

I believe that the answer to this question is the person who has the most passion for writing their articles. It doesn't matter if you have all day or just a an hour out of your day if you want to be writing your article because its your passion to become a writer / blogger then you are going to put the more effort in.

Below I will insert a few tips that I can think of from the top of my head on how to write a successful blog in a short amount of time to give you some more spare time in your day.

1. Write down an ideas list and a few ideas

Next time you are down the shops pick yourself up a notepad and pen and every time an idea for an article pops into your head jot it down in your notepad with a few little subheadings about what you can talk about next.

Often I find myself loading up my computer, sitting at my desk with a hot cup of tea ready to work and write an article then boom suddenly writers block hits me and I have no idea of what to write about. Maybe I should take on board this tip and maybe I will be able to produce more interesting articles in the future.

2. Concentrate on the Main Point of the Article

When you're sat down at your desk typing up your article stick to your main topic of your article don't start branching out into other sub topics they are either not relevant or you could save them and pop them into their own little article on a later date.

Unless you have all day that is then you can branch out as far as you like but I'm trying to give tips on how to write a good article in a good amount of time.

3. Use numbers or lists

Best tip I have found that is useful is to write an article as list. An example of this would be my article of Florida Holiday Tips check it out for examples of a good article. ways you could create lists could be through:

- Bullet points

- Numbering

- Alphabetical order ( Im struggling at this point! )

4. Never save that good idea or think ill remember that for later

NEVER sit on an idea and say you'll keep it in your head for later. Like I said in my first point above get it written down on paper at least because if you're anything like me you'll sit down try to remember what that good idea was and hate yourself for days. Later whilst you're trying to remember what the hell that brilliant light bulb moment you had that you thought you could remember was you wish you'd have taken note of point one remember get everything written down and kept safe.

Also don't save your ideas for later because you think that them articles will be easier to type up and create ideas for later on get them typed up now don't wait for other things to come up get your articles typed up today.

Follow these simple steps and you’ll be on your way to brilliant articles in a fraction of the time. Share some of your favorite article writing tips in the comments and maybe let me know where you think that I could improve with my articles thank you and I hope you enjoy my content that I create for you.


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      Liz Westwood 

      19 months ago from UK

      You give some good tips in your article about hub writing. I try to do around an hour a day when I have the chance, but it takes me many sessions to pull a hub together.


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