which articles would give you the most income through adsence or affiliate websites?
People who know the answer to this aren't going to tell you - because if everyone knew, there would be too much competition and they wouldn't make money any more!
Do some Googling and you'll find plenty of people claiming to tell you what's "hot" and what topics will make money - but they're making money by selling those ideas to thousands of people, not by doing it themselves.
You might want to refer to this when researching on keywords for your articles. It will indicate how popular a keyword is and then you can plan your article.
And we would tell you why?
You need to do research on keywords, their payout and their competition.
In general, the articles that tend to do best are those that people search for on specific subjects and that offer useful information in a way that is different from "everything else out there" on that particular subject. A good "how to" article will generally do better than, "The meaning of life, according to me". What kind of ads are right for the content also plays a role.
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