I don't really have any specific ability or knowledge on a subject that I could methodically write about. Do u think that it's possible to attrack some traffic just by simply pouring your thoughts into words? Are people genuinely interested in seeing that?
Hobbies? Crafts? An effort (maybe finding a college or college grant) that required work and effort? Interests (philosophy, astronomy, national parks, volcanoes, deep sea life) that you have studied up on? Skills (basketball, cooking, painting, flower beds)?
Look at your life - there will be some bit of information that, regardless of how obvious to you, isn't that obvious to everyone else. Share it.
But don't share random thoughts or even philosophies. No one is interested, outside your family/friends you want takes thousands of readers, not a few dozen.
I think most people have topics they have higher than average information about or insight into. If not... find an interesting niche and research it.
by pinetreehugger 9 years ago
Do you feel it's just plain rude for a hubber not to follow you back?
by Linda Bryen 7 years ago
What topics are best to write about?
by StitchTheDamned 7 years ago
Is it better to write hubs all in one niche or write about different things?So far, I have 13 Hubs published. I have been jumping around on topics, writing about what I am inspired to do some research on that day. I do have several focused on drug addiction, though. I wonder, is it better to write...
by Tessa Schlesinger 2 years 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 … 09567c04f0The difficulty, of course, is knowing what people want to...
by Ben Guinter 9 years ago
In my years on this site I have seen so many people randomly follow me in hopes that I follow them back. And then as soon as I do, if the topics they write on interest me, they delete me from the hubbers they're following?Do you guys really think this makes people want to read and comment on...
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
HP has always said do evergreen hubs. Politics is certainly not evergreen. it has a short "shelf-life" if it is about a current event. And since I would mostly write about U.S. politics, they might have very little appeal in other countries. I use my blogs to write about politics,...
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