My question is still related to huber score, Should we write on same topic or on different?
The score is not based on the topic(s) of your hubs.
Trying out different topics may help you see which topics are more successful to you. But some Hubbers do recommend writing only one topic per user name. I personally have lots of different topics in my portfolio.
To answer your question - Actually both.
If you are talking about topics that others have written on then they can be a great inspiration to you. They can bring forth ideas for you to write about. But most important is to bring yourself into all that you do. No one else has had your experiences and you are the best one to write them down and share them.
At the same time get out there and look around you. Its amazing how many ideas I have gotten just looking out the window or going for a walk. Basically look around you its amazing how many ideas are just waiting out there for you to find and write about. And as a foot note I carry a pen / pencil with me and writing materials just in case to jot down ideas.
Thirdly I have seen folks that will focus on one main topic such as fashions,books or movies. All of their hubs are on one topic. Meaning I have seen this movie and here is my review and break down. And every hub is about a different movie.
Over all it depends on the author and what they feel comfortable writing about and what your readers want to read. Personally I am not to worried about the score. Mine goes up and down all the time. For me what is important is did I enjoy writing the hub and secondly are their people out there enjoying reading them.
Some authors like to specialize in one category as they feel they are experts or have a great deal of knowledge about their interest.
Other authors will try writing about different subjects because the variety keeps them excited about writing.
Overall what you write about has much to do with your interests, the type of research you enjoy doing, and being able to offer personal experiences.
It is very difficult to write about a subject which lacks interest, knowledge, and personal experiences of your own. For instance if you have a love, interest, knowledge, and personal experiences in home decor and you want to write about nuclear fusion not only will it be difficult to write about but your readers will be disappointed.
I agree with Tricia Deed. In order to be on the first page of google searches, do what you love and like. To outperform others on hubpages and Google, I think it is not the variety, but the perfection that matters as man is always in pursuit of perfection.
Search engines favor accounts that focus on the same topic.
They think that owners of the niche accounts are more familiar with their topics.
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