So I have been on Hubpages for about three months now, and I am enjoying it a lot. I have been learning a bit here and there, but I am not sure about the best way to keep proceeding. I am very much a science person, and I have seen that science based articles do not always get the attention of the everyday reader.
Does anyone have any good tips for science articles?
Or any tips for a newbie?
I'm so glad you're here and sharing science-related Hubs!
Checking out the works of cocopreme and TFScientist will give you some great inspiration- they write science-centric Hubs that also spark others' attention.
In short, choose Hubs with search-friendly titles, make them reader-friendly by making them visually-appealing and easy to skip around, and add lots and lots of attractive images.
WOW . . what kind of science? What area of science are you most curious about? What science writing is geting published and where? These question might help you narrow it down a bit. There are many many many tyyes of science going on all over the world...What kind of article/story are you intendinng to write? You could use whatever science you know as facts & toics for mystery, fiction . . . etc.
I do agree that science (freakingly-technical) articles may not get much attention in the HP community, but look at the bigger picture here. You are aiming for the search engine traffic, and believe me, there's a lot of potential there.
Use the Google Keyword Tool to refine your articles in terms of SEO and keyword placement, and you'll reap the rewards in a couple of months. Lots of people search for such articles - yet not everyone writes on these topics, do they? There's your edge!
Thanks for the advice, I admit that most of my hubs on science so far are a tad bit technical. I'll have to de-geek a bit for future articles lol.
Good point on the fact that there are not many science articles as others out there
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