For those of you who don't know about it yet, here is the complete HubPages topic list:
Those topics with clickable links show up in navigation. Those that aren't clickable don't have 20 articles in the topic yet. It takes 20 articles to make the topic live in the navigation list.
Scroll through this list, and find the topics you write about. Chances are, you'll find a few subtopics that are not clickable yet. If you find one that's close to 20, why not write your next hub about that topic?
If this list doesn't get your wheels turning, I don't know what will...
That really is a great list - thank you so much for that.
I had heard this existed but hadn't taken time to explore it. Very, very useful tool! Thanks for the nudge, lisavollrath.
Thanks for this. I can see how useful it is.
But would you choose to write a new hub on topics that have not already got 20? Doesn't that mean that they are not so popular? Is that a good strategy? What do people think?
Maybe it means they're not popular, or maybe, that nobody is writing about them. If there's not a lot of content online about a topic, and you post some, maybe you have a better chance of ranking well in search. I think if your topic has few articles in it, and you have a lot to say about it, you could very well dominate that subject area.
Thanks for this Lisa, was puzzled about some of the topic categories. And that's a great idea about targeting upcoming topics.
Wow, that is really helpful. I can see where some of mine were put in the wrong topic because I couldn't find what I wanted. Big, big help! Thanks
Thank you for posting the link to the topic tree. It is very useful.
Great tip - I didn't know about this link but I am going there right now
I also did not know about this Tree. It should be a great help in deciding on a sub-topic. Now only if I can find out of a really good FREE keywords site.
Adventuretravels: Forget the word Topic, and think of Niche, or microniche. Those less than 20, 100 whatever does not mean they are bad niches, but not a lot of hub writers write hubs in those areas. Now, would you like to write about something that can be found on hub pages 5000 times?
Wow, I've been on Hubpages 4 years and did not know about this page. Thank you so much for sharing.
This is a great resource for Hubbers!
Thank you so much for finding the topic tree. You are very resourceful. This is a great idea
thanks for this. I can spend 10 minutes just trying to find my topic.
I just selected topic for my newest hub from HP topics tree. Thanks Lisa
by Melanie Palen 3 years ago
I'm writing some trigonometry hubs and I've noticed there seem to be a decent number of hubs in the category already, but the category isn't clickable... it's still greyed out. I'm assuming this is due to the fact that there isn't a HUGE number of hubs in this category yet.Does anyone know? I'm...
by Daily Matters 7 years ago
As the title says, i would like to know how do you thank people that provide great content here on hubpages.I'm fairly new here, i'm still exploring this world. I don't know too much people or follow much hubbers. The way i found to thank people who provide good information and entertaining read,...
by ladyjane1 7 years ago
The New Hubnugget hub is up and running. Please read and vote for your favorites so that everyone will be encouraged to keep on hubbing. Cheers.http://hubpages.com/hub/Snow-White-Some … -Fairytale
by James W. Nelson 7 years ago
What's this new format of Hub emails?I can't open them!I have to go to my folders, click on the correct person, go to their page, and look for their new hub!!!!What on earth is happening?
by Paul Deeds 9 years ago
We just rolled out some fairly big changes to the site in the last hour or so. There was brief period of instability as it went out, apologies for that.Profile PageWe made the first significant update to the profile page in quite some time. The big change is that instead of the...
by easegiri 8 years ago
Sir,I have noticed that if I have some 10 videos on a hubpage, except the first two videos on the top other videos are not clickable and viewable. Thanks.
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