How to discover your niche?
There are so many great writers whose hubs have not been getting the traffic that they deserve because they have not discovered there niche? In these cases, what advise can be given to these writing to help them learn how to discover their niche?
You have to write about what you know. What do you think you know better than anything? Well, I'm sure you have some sort of idea..Well, begin to write about it.
I hope I helped!
by Rada Heger 5 days ago
Hi, hubbers! What is better from your experience for decent earnings here? Making a profile that is dedicated solely to some niche or writing different engaging high-quality hubs?
by Rehana Stormme 6 years ago
What is more fun? Writing dozens of articles for a niche or writing all sorts of articles from holidays to teeth whitening? And leave aside the fun, what about the money - which has more potential? What would you rather do as a writer on HP - niche writing or free lancing?
by Crystal Tatum 4 years ago
How did you find your niche in writing?There are many hubbers on here who seem to have found their niche and do quite well. I can't seem to focus on any one topic, perhaps because I'm used to writing about a variety of subjects in my day job and am easily bored with one subject matter. But I...
by Katleigh Merrier 16 months ago
I'm speaking mainly on your HubPages account, but also any side (or main) blogs. Do you think it hurts or helps your Hubs to have a diverse group of articles or is it better if it's all about one thing?
by Jennifer B 10 months ago
All the articles I have are currently featured, one is actually on the Pethelpful currently, so I submitted another to be placed on a niche site and the feedback was I should change my profile and bio info to be more about animal care before it is moved, which if I only kept writing content about...
by Dr Mark 2 years ago
A few days ago I reposted a comment that another hubber had taken from Google. The comment stated that if you wrote about what you know, your reputation would improve. In fact, if you were writing about issue relating to money or health, unless you had some authority your articles would be graded...
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