As I've only recently joined HubPages I would love to receive any constructive criticism on the hubs I've published so far.
My hubs are mostly in the education section, either philosophy or history. I'm trying to touch interesting topics, or popular topics with a simplified approach.
I'm gracious for any remark and advise, truly. Thank you for your time.
Here's a link to the landing page for my philosophy articles:
http://hubpages.com/education/Philosoph … f-Contents
Are you proposing to write Hubs on each of those philosophy topics eventually?
If so, my only comment would be - why have you chosen to write on HubPages and not on your own blog or website? If you have a specialist subject on which you're able to write more than 20,000 words, then in theory you should do better with your own site. That's because Google respects expertise and will feature posts from an "expert" philosophy blog above posts from a generalist site like HubPages, so you would get more readership.
The challenge with your own blog is to learn how to earn revenue from it - something that is done for you on HubPages - so you have to decide whether you're willing to climb that learning curve.
I too am new to the Hubbing game, and have, as of yet, not made my first post. I have a private Blog on Blogger, but zero traffic.. (I m not concerned about that though, because I always thought of it as a [lace to store my personal writings and musings). I also, like you, welcome any guidance on what may be popular, advisable, and profitable to create posts on. I suggest we keep in touch, and work together to find the most successful path to take.
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