I have quite a few, but I cannot name them on here. I can say my health topics do well along with creative writing and unique hubs.
A movie review Hub, and not one I expected to rank well at all, traffic wise.
My next-to-oldest one, with no SEO or keyword research. A surprise, but total traffic is more than 1/2 again the next one.
Ratings - I've always got some that are at 100. But what I think is more important is that I don't hardly have any which rate below 70 all that often.
Traffic - I've got a good handful that top 10,000 views per month. According to the HubPages site-wide stats, less than 500 Hubs on the whole site do that.
Money - HubPages pays my rent.
I like that last sentence alot Relache! That's AWESOME!
You know what's funny, Dorsi? People ask me at what point I was able to quit my day job, but the thing was, I was unemployed when I started here, and I decided that I had to make this work so I wouldn't have to go back to having a day job.
That's the motivation for making Hubs pay the rent, folks....
That's partly my motivation too. Altho I'm not yet half way to my first payout and I've been here over a year .... something is going very wrong with my methodology!!
I'd been writing for over a year with Squidoo when I started here, and I had been a BellaOnline editor for about four years by then too, so those experiences helped me hit the ground running here.
If this is your first experience with online content and revenue sharing, it might take you a year or two more to figure out how to do what you do so that it pays better.
I suppose so. Laziness is a big problem for me, and I think that's the main reason I'm not doing so well. I don't have a job and basically do nothing all day except stare at my hubs. I have lists of things I could write about but I never manage to do more than about one hub a week, if that.
Some people have hundreds of hubs none that earn a lot, but because there are so many they earn a lot. Others have less better written/promoted/backlinked hubs where each hub earns a lot. I have neither.
Jen, I'm kind of in the same boat. Unemployed now, though with hopes I'll get back to work soon. I have most of the day to spend on HP, so I set up my own goal of one per day. I also spend some time on the forums and reading hubs, always with an eye to learning something, whether how to write a good hub or SEO or whatever.
I also spend some time on adsense and especially analytics, trying to find where I'm doing well and where I'm not.
And I really do learn quite a bit, but the biggest thing might be the goal of a hub a day. It's kept me writing, even when I don't really want to. Days I don't make it, I feel I have to make it up the next day or so.
Just a thought...
That's awesome Relache, you are an inspiration to all us hubbers.
My best performing are some of my Political ones, some of the humorous ones and those centered on Christmas.
One in particular, on Dept 56 Christmas Villages, amazes me because it seems to take hits everyday...still.
What's funny in a way is that some of the highest rated recieve less traffic, and some of the most commented on have lower scores.
Still can't figure the hub score thing out.
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