Do your fiction hubs get much traffic?
Or are your non-fiction ones more popular?
not sure of the difference? I get a little traffic from time to time.. but that is about it..
I believe that with proper promotion they should do equally well. I hope my experience proves that out.
Non-fiction gets more traffic. You could get steady traffic to fiction if you work hard to promote it, but non-fiction has the ability to promote itself, if it's a popular subject. The biggest hindrance to fiction is that no one can discover it on search results. They would have to know your user name, the title, or a quote from the story in order to reach your hub, but since it's an original work, such a thing is next to impossible without a lot of work on your part.
Non-fiction is definitely more popular. People can search for non-fiction topics.
Probably doesn't matter. I think whatever you have passion for and want to write about is the way to go. Whether you are promoting yourself, a business or just trying to help people understand something have fun with it!
My fiction hubs don't get nearly as much internal (or external) traffic as I would like. I don't think most of the hubbers who allegedly 'follow' me even know that I dabble in fiction since most of my writing is about what you might call 'political economy.'
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