Are hubs related to calculator techniques considered evergreen?
All topics are evergreen if they aren't connected to current events or fads. If it's a topic that people are searching for, offers useful information and is well-written, it will be considered evergreen.
There are also those topics that may be good for years but then 'go off'. I have some arty hubs like that, where the enthusiasm for the topic wanes over time. They are still good topics to write about, as sometimes, they experience a renaissance.
Thank you very much. My hub related to calculator techniques has the most views. Now I'm decided to write more hubs about calculator techniques.
by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
For example, do you publish on particular days of the week or time of day? Do you promote based on hot topics on social media or news stories/current events on broadcast media? How important is it to be aware of what's happening day-to-day that may influence they way readers search for information?
by clynn10884 7 years ago
I have written five articles for yahoo and so far four have been published, but for some reason I am having such a hard time thinking of something to write for hubpages. What is my problem? Does anyone have any ideas of how to help me. Thanks
by Shiela Mae Parreno 5 years ago
What topics are considered evergreen?I'm not sure if this has been discussed here but I'll give this a shot..What topics are evergreen? My hubs are getting zero viewers after a day or two. So I'm thinking maybe I'll give evergreen topics a try..
by N. Ramius 8 years ago
I'm just wondering if those who have had success with Amazon/Ebay ever do time sensitive hubs such as World Series 2009 merchandise or Calendar oriented hubs which may only sell well for a few months before no one visits them ever again? Do you avoid them? Or have you found it short lasting but...
by Joni Douglas 7 years ago
What is the best way to handle older hubs whose topics are no longer timely issues andare considered old news The scores keep dropping and traffic is at a standstill. Should they be deleted?
by Daniel Mollat 7 months ago
I've come across this word "evergreen" in many hubs. I haven't figured out what it means. Appreciate an explanation. Thanks!
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