Just curious as what to write a hub about that will earn better revenue in google clicks, any advice appreciated.
I believe it's as much about HOW you write about the topic as it is WHAT you write about.
While some keywords pay more from Adsense you'll find that because of that there are tens, if not hundreds of thousands of people who publish duplicate or second (or third or fourth) rate information about the subject. They slap it together in the hope that they'll 1) get traffic and 2) profit.
Writing about what you know and love, and writing it in a way that people can enjoy reading about it, is, in my opinion, the best strategy.
An example of this is Relache. She doesn't chase 'profitable' words, she just covers topics which interests her.
It doesn't matter how small your audience is, they'll find you.
I'm kinda new here badcompany (like you)...but I found this hub and it seemed pretty informative and I think it will answer your question best. Hope I'm not out of line by putting someone's page here. http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Make-Mor … m-Hubpages
There are quite a few hubs on the subject, and a little digging through the forums should turn up more threads than you can count. Everyone's got their own opinion... including me.
If I'm not mistaken, my hub on the subject turns up on the first page of search results for "hub topics," which I linked you to above.
Thanks Darkside and Whitney, I will bear that in mind for my future Hubs.
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