I've been writing now for 5 weeks and have taken the hub challenge semi-seriously. BUT I don't know what you would like to read.
I've written a smattering of hubs from Traffic tips using Twitter to Lyrical Poetry. But I'm curious as to your thoughts on my next set of hubs.
I have 5 Topics for my next hubs in each of my groups but I want to make sure I focus on what I'm doing best first.
Just simply looking for some constructive criticism from all of my friends here.
P.S. My current working situation allows me some privy social media information that I can share if that interests you for future hubs as well.
Brian Fanslau (Skipp)
by the way there is no rush. I'm hitting the sack right now and will check this tomorrow
my newest ones are my Twitter Traffic one, well I don't mean to post links on this but it is easier than typing the names since i'm really sleepy and lazy right now.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Personal-Brand- … et-Results Marketing
Twitter http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Convert- … eting-Tips
Brewery Tour http://hubpages.com/hub/Summit-Brewery- … -at-a-Time
Poem http://hubpages.com/hub/Alternative-Ter … an-Fanslau
I'm trying to find my style if you will and also fit what others really want to read.
Hi BrianF welcome to HubPages. As for content it's not for HP specifically that is your audience. Promoting your HP site and generating traffic will create your fans besides HP authors. As for writing. It's always best to write about that which interests you, since there will be others who share the same also. hope that helps.
Yeah dame is right just right what you know about and what interests you,i like to write about mixed martial arts and didnt think many people would be interested but it is what i am passionate about and what do you know people are interested and one of my hubs is getting about 130 hits a day.Stick with it man.
Brian, I'm a relative noob myself and you already know oodles more about marketing & branding & all that than I do. For what it's worth, however, I think you're doing a great job w/ your hubs.
The last two I checked out were the one about FREE BEER on the brewery tour (too bad I'm not in Minnesota!) and the Facebook optimization one. I thought that they were very well organized, nicely written, and informative. They also have some fun & lightheartedness, too - which is a must for me. Unless you're writing tax code or something, I think some wit is a key ingredient to good content and you seem to get that.
I don't know that I'd advise you to stick to one style or subject. Just keep your stuff organized into categories for easy reference, or you could always conjure up an alter-ego...
As for the social media info, let it rip! I don't think I would be the only one out in cyberspace interested in some inside scoopage!
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