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How do you promote your articles if the topic isn't searched extensively?


A find my articles on well-known subjects (like Pokemon and Star Wars) tend to see traffic easily, but other works of mine (example below) see little despite what I consider interesting writing. How do you get the word out about your obscure articles? Do you research the topics beforehand and veto them if they're too obscure? Do you promote on social media? Do you not do any of this and just hope it works out? Any thoughts are appreciated. https://reelrundown.com/movies/Top-Protagonists-Who-Survived-Until-The-Sequel

 

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    Jeremy Gill 2 months ago

    Thanks Tim. Until now I've refrained from promoting my writing on social media so as not to appear spammy, but like you say, in moderation it may not come across that way.


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    Jeremy Gill 2 months ago

    Thanks for your thoughts, Stella. I see some very successful Hubbers with topics (like knitting techniques or such) that are pretty obscure and I wonder how they accrue their views.

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