So, I seem to like a little bit of everything...and I've read that finding your own niche and becoming an expert at your own thing is the best way to get people to keep coming back. The thing is, I'm not too much of an expert at any one thing in particular, but I'm fairly decent at a bunch of little things...soooo I wonder if writing hubs about a few different little things is okay?
I would suggest starting with one and seeing how it goes. Even if you are not an expert if it is an area that interested you and you enjoy researching it, you can become one.
Write about the problem and finding (solving) the answer. Write the what, where, when, why, who and how in point form, rewrite into paragraphs and you have a Hub
Your hubs so far look good to me. Maybe 'good lifestyle advice' is enough of a niche?
Thank you, these are very helpful. I feel like I took a baby step toward the right direction.
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