What are some of the most successful themes for articles at HubPages?
You will find success in covering the topics that you are most familiar with.
Write a list of subject matter that interests you.
What do you know about these things that you can share and enlighten others about?
I reckon most of the ''hot topics'' will be oversaturated already, and people with better authority are already writing better articles than you. Find a specific niche that's of interest to you where you have knowledge, then supply new and unique information inside of said niche, wash, rinse, repeat.
The type of content that endures and does really well over a long period of time are deep instructional pieces of content.
Content that demonstrates in-depth knowledge, passion and insights.
Here are a few examples of what I consider technical experts:
Published 2010 - https://dengarden.com/home-improvement/ … ding-Guide
Published 2011 - https://healdove.com/health-care-indust … de-Effects
Here are a few examples from everyday experts:
https://dengarden.com/gardening/How-to- … -from-Seed
https://delishably.com/meat-dishes/The- … s-of-Sushi
https://hobbylark.com/card-games/Card-G … Two-People
Here are a few examples of articles that do well and the depth they provide. Hope this helps.
Thanks a lot for in-depth reply. I would surely look into them and get ideas to feature an article on hubpages.
If the niche you are in is saturated, stay abreast of the latest info in that industry. That way, you have a better chance of establishing yourself in that niche and competing with more authoritative sites.
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