I am gonna write my first hub. The topic of the hub is 'Solid ways to improve vocabulary'.
Please help me to choose an accurate hub topic for this article.
Only the main topic is required, that is the first level. The levels of topic after this one are optional, and your hub will be published even if you don't choose a subtopic.
One suggestion would be:
Books, Literature, and Writing → Commercial and Creative Writing → Word Usage and Grammar
But the subtopic has become something else again. So, it's best to not choose any subtopics.
Here are a few ideas since I do not know which you intend it for:
1) If it is meant for written grammar then you may go with 'Books, Literature, and Writing >> How to Write >> How to Edit'
2) If it is meant for oral grammar then you may go with 'Books, Literature, and Writing >> The English Language'
3) If it is meant for both then you can try 'Education and Science >> Teaching'
I recommend that you go with this topic:
Education and Sciences> Linguistics> Developmental Linguistics
There are only 14 Hubs on that page, so yours will get more Google PageRank here than on the Topic pages others have recommended.
Topic category is something that you can change any time you want to, so it's not a permanent decision.
I could also see Education as an appropriate topic for the subject of improving vocabulary, as vocabulary is not just something for writing.
I know that I myself personally prefer words that I can implement naturally on a weekly basis. Here's an expanded longtail title idea: "How to Improve Your Vocabulary: Practical Ways to Use New Words".
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