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Do you ever get overwhelmed by how much there is to learn about writing for HubP

  1. Michael Durden profile image77
    Michael Durdenposted 7 years ago

    Do you ever get overwhelmed by how much there is to learn about writing for HubPages and other...

    online content websites? If so, how do you overcome it?

  2. Right On Time profile image62
    Right On Timeposted 7 years ago

    Throughout life there's an endless amount to learn so I just absorb it slowly smile

  3. bisnis2009 profile image54
    bisnis2009posted 7 years ago

    I am fully, not easy to write some article and publish it to hubpages or other resource, but if you want to do some simple thing on writing an article may be you can use some online content website which have same category. edit it then go to article rewritter tools and make it unique. finally, released it on whatever you want.

  4. simeonvisser profile image85
    simeonvisserposted 7 years ago

    One step at a time we travel the long road smile I just tell myself: if it was easy everyone would be doing it and the greater your achievements, the greater the obstacles on your path.

  5. JMattingly profile image33
    JMattinglyposted 7 years ago

    Yes, it's easy to get overwhelmed by writing articles.  I was always someone in school that avoided writing at all costs due to the fact that most of the time the subject was something I really didn't care about.  What helps me overcome and complete articles is writing about things I enjoy, and realize the great opportunity in sharing with others.  Something else that has helped me stay focused is to write down article ideas, and focus on each one at a time.  In my experience, too many ideas floating around up there can cause continuous writer's block.  Getting the idea on paper and moving along, seems to help.

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    Butch Newsposted 7 years ago

    You won't learn if you don't put yourself out there.  You can't walk until you crawl.

    I'm not the type to allow myself to be overwhelmed.  The way to build a wall is one brick at a time.  Don't try to conquer the world at once, do it one country at a time.  I have tons of bits of paper stacked away in drawers and boxes.  I'm not organized in my notes but I know where the piles are.  I have a lot of unfinished paintings... but I just keep working on them.  One day they will be done.  Took me three years to write a book.


    Learn to organize yourself.  Make notes if you have to.  I jot things down all the time.  I know from experience that I will forget an idea quickly.  Often the notes just sit there...sometimes for years.  But sometimes I re-discover some gem and use it.  You can always come back to things.

    Practice makes perfect.  Just keep doing it.

    We learn by our mistakes... hopefully.

    Self analysis is helpful.

 
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