I think that has to be one's prime motive for writing here. A little bit contrived if so. Tips on this should be relegated to those who are jobless, like me, or independently wealthy so they can spend all their time on HubPages.
Otherwise, I'd have to say that one is an unadulterated SAVANT. And what is "regularly." Every day, two days, week, bi-weekly??? How long does it take to get formerly acquainted with one's subject so as write a thorough, intelligent hub?
I see a lot of HOW TO's from several writers here... are they really that well-versed in so many different areas of expertise? I can't wait to see a hub on how to perform a glossectomy on one's self here on hubpages... unfortunately, that won't stop people from telling me HOW TO WRITE since the only thing missing will be their tongue. If I lost my hands, and GOD FORBID that ever happens, I wonder if I would still pontificate somehow, perhaps like Hawkings, here on HP?
If one really needs to write daily, then their either manic like me, jobless or already wealthy enough to justify daily projects.
HOWEVER!!! If you are so inspired, get it out there IMMEDIATELY and without letting something get in your way!!! Inspired writing is without question the stuff that makes a good literary jaunt!!!
what is REGULARLY???
Cut up topics you'd like to write about, start hubs / blog entries about them, just a title and an intro. Finish them at your leisure, but unload the ideas from your head.
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