I think I discovered a new niche, as I'm getting good traffic from lesser known artists websites...
and forums. So writing about your not so well known favourite musician or other type of artists might be a good idea, and something not so well covered here. What interesting niche have you other folks discovered that brings you decent traffic?
Why are you sharing your profitable niches? Now others can create content as well and you will be competing with them. Sharing your good niches is not a good idea...
I think you are on to something. I blogged last summer about CSA 2010 and found that it came up high on search engines almost immediately. I think because there wasn't much information about the topic yet. Probably the same with new artists. I'm wondering about new or niche software as topics based on the same idea.
LOL! Simeon, this is a helpful community! I'm not the least bit worried, sure, I'm not the only Al Di Meola fan here on hubpages, but if I don't know who Al Di Meola is, and am not familiar with his music, then I can't very well write a decent article about him that will get shared a lot on his website and forum!
Niches...well anything funny. That seems to be something people like, humorous things.
I've had good luck on my political rants and also, like yours, some great musicians of lesser fame and movies too.
Congratulations but you will have to figure out what I do by yourself. Took me a long time to learn my secrets and I don't share all of them... some, but not all.
In this cluttered internet age finding a niche is a valuable commodity when it works for you.
I think my Hub on Guy Callendar, "the man who brought CO2 global warming theory into the 20th century," is one of the very, very few online resources on his life, and it does pretty well for me.
by Becca Hubbard-Woods 22 months ago
We all know the well known poets on here. What I want to know is who is YOUR favorite lesser known poet that needs some recognition? Here are a couple of my favorite lesser known poets:KFlippinMrDSpadegg.zainoAwful Poet
by Cholee Clay 2 years ago
I know this article is not going to be everyone's cup of tea, but it does fairly well for me. I've tried submitting it at least twice in the past and it gets rejected with the basic e-mail. Is it worth editing again and trying to get it approved, or am I wasting my time? Am I focusing on a lost...
by Nathan Bernardo 6 weeks ago
Curious how much more traffic your articles that have been moved to niche sites are getting compared to how much traffic they were getting on Hubpages main site.
by Art West 4 weeks ago
I took a few years hiatus from HubPages. It is my understanding that the system has changed some. Back when I was writing regularly, you had to provide back links and search for key words and do all sorts of stuff to try and get traffic to your articles. I was never very...
by Dr Mark 2 years ago
Over 1/4 of my hubs have not been moved to a niche site. They do not have much traffic from Google, so it is not HPs fault that they have not been selected. There is nothing wrong with them, but they do not have "Google love" so are only moved in the slow process where I ask HP to move...
by Julie Grimes 6 years ago
Would you write a hub on some of the lesser known secret societies you mentioned?That you had mentioned in your answer response to a question I asked earlier about secretive societies in America. So many of them I had never heard of before, and I love history/factual hub articles. Thank...
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