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Chloe Davis Smith says
Very interesting. I'll check it out! Thank you for responding.
Keith Abt says
That's a good lesson. Maybe I need to loosen up a bit!
Sherry Hewins says
I love your Pugsund hub and the photos are adorable. Definitely write your salsa hub. There are some big-time salsa fans out there!
Christin Sander says
Yes, you never know what people want to read until you write it! I think I'm realizing we don't have to keep to just one niche, but can widen out into several areas of expertise.
Sue Pratt says
I'll check it out. I'm not surprised depression is a popular subject.
Your VW Beetle hub is so detailed and useful. I can see why it's so popular.
Joanna McKenna says
Funny you should mention "throwaway" hubs...my popular hub was only an afterthought. The hubs I research the most don't get much traffic!
vespawoolf, I don't know where I first heard the term "throwaway hub", but for anyone wondering what it means, it's a hub written just to publish something new. Anything. ;D
Thanks, I didn't really know the definition of a "throwaway hub". I'll have to look for a glossary of online terms. Maybe that would be a popular hub!
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Jenna Ditsch says
Causing controversy is a sign of a good writer. It means your writing elicits an emotional response in your readers!
I want to thank everyone who answered this question. I've learned so much from reading your popular hubs. I'm going to relax, write what I'm passionate about and take more chances!
No wonder it's a popular hub...I'm inspired to redecorate!
Judah's Daughter says
Your hub is a fascinating and well-researched. Thank you for your answer!
I've marked your hub for next time we take a trip to Walt Disney World!
Thanks for sharing your beautiful artwork and poem!
Cynthia Hoover says
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Wayne Tully says
There's no end to the possibilities! Thank you for your response.