What exactly are internet surfers interested in actually learning about? I am not referring to a cute improvisation on a recipe, but I am hinting at solid prose that explains an established phenomenon/mechanism or perhaps maybe, opinion pieces that allow reasonable latitude for self-expression.
Am I wasting my time, making hubs that are not readable? Which topic might be suitable to more intensive writing, and which also holds the attention of our archetypal, impatient person?
Sullen--The answer lies in keyword research. Use tools like Google AdWord's Keyword tool, WordTracker, et.al. to find out what people are searching for. The information is all there--you just have to find it.
Thanks for answering. I gathered that I might have to dig dirt on what ordinary people find relevant. It's going to take the man in me not to make an article about the vacuous search terms that probably consistently dominate the rankings.
Oh Believe Me.... I'm a Kiwi Mate... That was merely my accent getting in your way! I wasn't being Sarcastic in any respect!
Clearly you have a relatively good grasp of your English... How sad that you have presented yourself here in an effort to demonstrate how vigorously you move your grasp when feeling insecure or challenged
- Now that's getting warmer.
BTW: Sarcasm is a Kiwi's Natural Bodily Response to the Allergy of Stupidity!
I just love the way you have detached yourself from 'Ordinary People' Have you considered that that is exactly your problem?
Have another incredibly boring and uplifting day with your multiple choice attachments