What Hub Topic Interests You the Most?
i think that is the million dollar question because we write because we want to, have something to say, and all secretly want to make money from it. Yet, despite all the help given to help one achieve goals, it really all comes down to the topic you choose to write. I am sure the analytics of HubPages and Google can easily show what topics are generally the most popular with its 200,000 hubbers, maybe even the percentage by subject. The Hubbers with thousands of hubs are making the $1500 a month, those in the hundreds, much less. All of the Hubbers really could not tell you which topics seem to ignite reader interest and following.
I wonder what is the percentage of men and women on HubPages. The audience does make a difference. Each gender does prefer certain topics and it would help explain things. For instance, if most Hubbers are female, that would explain why cooking, recipes, fashion have high scores. This is certainly the case with Pinterest, which has a majority of women using it.
I am sure most Hubbers write about what they care about and hope others care about it also. Some may actually use Google analytics to find the hottest "keywords". That might give a clue to the popular searches and topics.
I wish the owners of HubPages would published stats regarding topics that are usually popular to help writers target. It might be that none of the HOT topics are of interest to you to write about, but at least the info is available.
So, what topics interest you?
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