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Do you think it's better to always write about the same subject or vary your top

  1. crackerjack9 profile image73
    crackerjack9posted 4 years ago

    Do you think it's better to always write about the same subject or vary your topics

    I write about a few different subjects, like making money online and health-related issues. Do you think that gives my hubs less credibility? Do you stick to one topic or vary them?

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  2. CraftytotheCore profile image81
    CraftytotheCoreposted 4 years ago

    That's a very good question.  There are some that truly believe finding one area to write about is key.  But, I just have so much to talk about, I can't nail it down to one area.  So I write about anything that comes to mind or I have experience with.  I wish I could just write about one topic, but I can't keep my mind from wandering.

    1. crackerjack9 profile image73
      crackerjack9posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I'm with you, I have way too many interests to narrow it down to just one or two subjects...

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    cjaroszposted 4 years ago

    I have found that there are a lot of people only write about one thing. Something that they are well "versed" in. They can give a lot of knowledge about it, and attract a lot of viewers who are interested in the same subject.
    While others, vary. Trying out different topics. Dipping there hands in a little of everything.
    I wouldn't say it is good or bad for either. It is just how good a person is on one subject, and the kinds of things that they like to write about.

    1. crackerjack9 profile image73
      crackerjack9posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, I agree. I wonder, though if writing about various topics gives the writer less credibility.

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    iCrystalWriterposted 4 years ago

    You can write either way but it all boils down to the quality of whatever you may be writing about. Can you write on more than one topic and still provide the right type of quality and information for your specific audiences, that is, can you provide what your audiences will like to read about or are interested in on each topic?

    1. crackerjack9 profile image73
      crackerjack9posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I can definitely see a difference in quality when I'm trying to write about something I'm not familiar with or something that doesn't interest me. I see your point!

 
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