Does everyone look for?
I would love to know the most viewed topics to see if thats something I could possibly write about.
The money is made on niche market hubs - and nobody is going to dish those up for you to butt in on I would think The way to find 'your' market is through keyword searches that indicate a particular kind of traffic that you can then write your stuff for.
You are welcome to pop over to my hubs about affiliate marketing for one specific way to get int a niche market.
I think you need to reconsider that approach. The most sought-after topics are also the most competitive and saturated. Unless you are very good at keyword research, it is unlikely your hub will get found. So maybe you should develop a niche instead. That could be a niche within a niche... concerning a popular topic, so-called long tail keywords.
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