A lot of people start by asking what hubs are popular? which hubs will make me the most money? These questions aren't new and so I wont bore you all my asking! What I'd like to know instead is what kind of hubs do you like reading?
I really like 'top 10' style hubs, I like the succinct format and the element of suprise as you read down to find the next point. I'm a sucker for a top 10 of everything!
I also like to read hubs about cooking and recipes, mainly because i'm a useless cook, and I have no idea how to prepare exciting meals or bake cakes, so it's helpfull to read recipe hubs so I can try to copy some of the more easy straight-forward ones!
How about you?
I love reading tips and tricks from people who have experience with search engine optimization, social media optimization, Internet marketing and other forms of digital communication.
Occasionally I'll click on suggested capsules that randomly draw my attention, such as your article: http://riotgrrrl.hubpages.com/hub/Make- … -to-others
I like the recipe hubs too... Vespa wolf and handicapped chef write wonderful cooking hubs.
I like hubs that make me think... or teach me something I didn't know.
Wayne Barrett wrote one recently that made me a bit warm. I didn't mind that one a bit. http://waynebarrett.hubpages.com/hub/Wh … become-One
I love testing apps and different websites so I write and read a lot of hubs that are reviews of different websites and apps. Recently I have been getting into graphic design so I look for hubs around GUI and UI/UX. Mostly I use them to learn more about the topics that I find interesting.
I don't think that you can ask what one topic will do the best, there are a lot of posts about making money online and I'm sure that they are probably driving traffic and revenue. Write what you are passionate about! People who are passionate about the same topic will find you.
Well, come to think of it, I really have no specific category. I read all hubs written by my hub friends irrespective of the topic. However at times when I am browsing the home page, the title of a particular article or a remark made by a reader kindles interest in me and I click and check out the hub. On many an occasion I have wandered into fields totally strange to me and have gained valuable knowledge. I am much indebted to all these writers. Keep going all!
I like hubs that teach me something I didn't know or give me a way of looking at something.
The best kind of articles, and not just from HubPages, are the funny & informative ones revolving around fiction.
I like everything self growth related. I also like hubs about how to live healthy and how to make a good diets. Well that's it. However, If I find something else interesting, I would always read it.
I like reading about all kinds of things. Sometimes, I'll look for hubs that may be helpful in a particular area for me personally. I also enjoy reading hubs about humanity. Poetry is also another go to of mine because it's enjoyment. The poets on HP are wonderful people to become friends with as well. They have become my family here, even though I don't write poetry myself. That is usually what I will read to begin my mornings with because it creates a great and happy morning for me.
there is nothing specific for me when it comes to reading hubs, but i prefer to read something which at once attracts my attention and also i always keep on reading seo hubs, online traffic building, amazon sales hub etc
I like to read about stickmen and also misleading nonsense that is slightly crude and defamatory.
I enjoy reading hubs about people's thoughts on different aspects of philosophy, rather than regurgitation, and their interpretations. I suppose, actually, I'd like to read about anything that I myself write about. I have written hubs about my interpretations about different thoughts or philosophies.
by bayoulady 4 years ago
Hi Anybody..I need help.I am probably am asking stupid questions. If you feel that I am, just ignore me. I've been here since late June, and thanks to all the advice I took early on, I have a good hubber score (ranges 95-100).I have 14 hubs,(or 15..can't remember..)and I like what I have done...
by Andrew Day 2 years ago
Hi,I've signed up and am ready to start making hubs in my specialised subject, but I was wondering what the earning potential of hubbig (if that's a word) actually is. I realise it all depends on how attractive your pages are and how good they are etc, but what are people actually earning? I am not...
by Rizwan.Noor 7 years ago
Links to our hubs placed in the comments on different websites or blogs are counted as backlinks ???
by ryankett 9 years ago
Is the growth sustainable? When I arrived 4 months ago, we had 400,000 hubs. What is it now, 500,000? Does this site really benefit from people writing almost identical hubs on the same topics?When somebody arrives they are told to write, write, write, write. 30 in 30 basically. I am being a little...
by Rahul Parashar 11 months ago
I just found out that a lot of hubs have been copied by different blogs. How am I supposed to deal with it? I've heard about DMCA, but don't know much about it. Since it' the first time I've encountered it, I don't know what I'm supposed to do. Any help would be really appreciated.
by jwsc101 8 years ago
Welcome to Hubpages.I received my first ad click in the first few weeks I was here.The more content I post the more the amount of clicks have increased. I did not start seeing any clicks until I started receiving traffic from search engines.
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