Should Hubs be about what You want to write OR what generates most traffic ???
There is actually a lot of debate about whether or not you should write hubs here at Hubpages (or articles at other sites) for you or for traffic. The choice is yours, though there are lots of benefits and a few other things to consider when making... read more
Write about what you want. Everyone chases after the high paying subjects. By focusing on what you know the most about you can gain an untapped audience.
I feel members should write about subjects they know well. You know, experiences they have gone through or their interests.
Mine are a combination of both but I find that almost no matter what subject I research I find something interesting. I have started to research topics that I could not get interested in and just dropped them.
Both thats what I do, determine a ratio for example for every 4 hubs that you write make 2 about high traffic niches and then the other 2 write what ever your little hard desires, everything is not money but it is necessary and by doing this you will be doing both for you and for money
Like most things in life, this really boils down to personal preference and motive. One person may be writing hubs as outlet for their creativity, another to discuss a subject about which they are passionate, and yet another to generate income. The fact that Hubpages offers a great publishing platform with revenue opportunity is the best part!
They should be about both. Writing about what you know is great, and writing about things people care about is great, too. If you happen to really know a subject that people want to know about, then that's gold!
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by Sue Miller 5 years ago
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by Ethan Green 6 years ago
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by petertheknight 7 years ago
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by Baraccuza 14 months ago
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by brandonhart100 7 years ago
Assuming you care to be visible to big G.1. Start with a niche topic that can get a lot of search results. Use the adword keyword tool to find it. If you don't know what that is google "adword keyword tool". 2. Make a hub based on that topic that is somewhat broad concerning that...
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