Is it better to work at a niche, or generalize. I'm asking in terms of monetary reward.
I rather generalizing it work out better money wise. You write on lots of different topics that target keywords and that people are interested in.
I would agree personally if you generalize then over time you will create a niche or several niches and will have a better understanding of which ones are doing well. Then you can continue adding more to those niche. Its OK to take some stabs in the dark in other areas one might just become that gold mine for you. All in all is easier to write about something you know rather than doing a lot of research first. I have tried both and knowing about the subject is much more easier for me to write about, but I still don't want to limit my earning potentials here at HubPages so research is inevitable.
Definitely work at a Niche- if you find something you're passionate about (atleast remotely interested) then it sells itself infinitely better than throwing together a bunch of pages, sites whatever.
My most profitable website is directed at a specific small Island- travel, real estate etc- and it makes a killing.
My next most profitable one is on shoes. Such a girl, I know!
You need to find topic that relates to large number of people. Good niches are those which are high in demand. To reach people gathered about certain topic or niche you have to build authority. It means that you need to be an expert, man who provides solution people might have.
by mariexotoni 4 years ago
Should I just completely step away from the cat market altogether?I chose this because I knew this topic would be easy for me because it is interesting to me. I want to make a site for cat lovers, who are curious about their cats behavior and how to give their cats a happy life. However, I am not...
by Pr0metheus 9 years ago
I have a few things I could write about - Lights (my first niche), Ableton Live, San Diego (where I live), but I don't quite know which I want to write about. Either way I'd like to find another niche, so when I'm bored of writing about lights I can switch to something else.How did you find...
by sid_candid 7 years ago
I have done a lot of research but unable to find a good niche for a website. Either they are too competitive or just don't have much profitability. Can you give some ideas to find good profitable niches which are easy to rank.
by marinealways24 9 years ago
-Make a generalized statement about all Marines or Soldiers. What do you think all have in common in how they act or live? Do you think they are stupid or careless?
by Jean Bakula 2 years ago
I saw a big improvement in the payout I made today, because of the hubs that were moved to niche sites. But when I check the stats of those hubs, what I see is different. They get a big spike in views the first day or two after they are moved, then the stats sort of flatline. Is this happening to...
by Mark Johann 5 years ago
This equation makes sense in earning a good living in Hubpages. Please elaborate your views.
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