What type of hubs do you enjoy reading the most?
Topics are so difficult to pick when your brain is overflowing with ideas. What types of ideas should be left in the trash can and which ones should be used? What do you enjoy reading?
To me it doesn't really matter what topic the hub is about as long as I find it interesting and it doesn't bore me...
Some hubs I love reading are about books, writing, entertainment, movies, music, cooking, traveling, sight seeing, and poetry...
I honestly have lots of different tastes so it's very difficult to pick just one subject. My main subjects I guess are health, nature, animals, the paranormal, spirituality, folklore, history, science.
The ideas that I would leave in 'the trash can' are ones that have been written about numerous times. Searching on hub pages should tell you how many times a subject has already been covered - I think things like weight loss for example and SEO have been covered a lot. However, if you have a very unique angle on a subject that has been written about a lot then go for it. Or if you have the very latest information that no one else has then go for it as well.
But if you have loads of ideas then make a list and put them in order of preference, say from 1 to 20. Then work your way through the list starting with the idea that most appeals to you at the moment. Personally I tend to work on 2 to 3 hubs at the one time. If my thoughts ever dry up on one, then I'm usually fresh for one of the other hubs. This way I'm continually writing. Having said that, there are a lot of hubbers who don't like to work this way and perhaps you're one of them. But get those great ideas of your down on paper or on the computer and let your mind do the rest for you. Good luck.
Well, I always enjoy a good poem, but I like to read lots of different types of articles, how to, short stories, informative or just purely entertaining.
I love reading the fiction, but there are many other great topics on here. The topic doesn't always matter as long as the hub is well-written and engaging. Humor doesn't hurt either. I've read some really funny recipes here. Who would have thought a recipe could be funny?
I normally like reading my own Hubs because I can agree with everything that is being said. (OK that was a joke - or was it?) Hmm!
Lets see.. I like Hubs that explore a matter and leave question marks in the mind of the reader. I love mystery
When I first discovered this sight I was happy to have a storage room for my poetry, my head got too full. Then my happiness expanded as I began to read other's poetry and one day, out of curiosity, I read a hub that was not poetic at all. Now I have read hubs dealing with everything from baking cakes to world annihilation. My requirements? Only that the hub is entertaining and well written.
I always enjoy informative with humorous undertones. Or humorous with informative undertones.
History hubs and hubs on strange things people have experienced themselves or seen.
I prefer poetry and cooking recipe ...These are my interest areas
by freecampingaussie7 years ago
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by Wayne Barrett4 years ago
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by liswilliams8 years ago
HiI'm still fairly new, I'm a chef so I have been writing recipes mostly. Is that a worthwhile topic to write about? Do a lot of people read recipes?ThanksLisa
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