If you wrote on sport i'd have happily swapped widgets however none of my work seems to crossover with your writing.
Nice offer though
I don't think topics matter very much,most important is traffic:)
To be honest I personally think topics do matter as the people that view my hubs/ blogs do so for the relevant content on sports, cycling etc. Why then would they leave to look at someone else's alternative content?
Surely that wouldn't increase traffic
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