When you've had a hub take off and do well, what do you think made it effective?
After two months on HubPages, I am now just starting to see some earnings trickle in. I'm curious to know if there are certain patterns or trends hubbers are currently following to make their hubs highly effective. Was it a certain topic, format, or something else?
Dude. . . .I think it's hit and miss. . .no, that's not right - it's only hit and miss for me.
Now, I do realize that some of the niche topics that I write in are not huge search topics, so I mostly do those for my own personal pleasure.
There have been other hubs that I literally threw together. . . .and they just blasted off. Others still sat and did little to nothing. . . and after about six months - took off with Google traffic.
I'm just a blowhard web scribbler, look for "Sunforged," or "WryLit," or "SusanaS" here on Hubpages - Those three persons have this shit down to a science.,
I am getting the most views on a public speaking hub, and an Internet solution to a problem. I find that long hubs take a while to make money, while 500-800 words do the best.I agree with Wes to check the hubbers he suggested and evaluate their topics. Also hot topics do well, and you can find them on Google
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