IIt really depends. I think DIY and earning money hub does the most traffic
I just did a bit of research on Google Trends, and it doesn't really show much relevant. Even when you look on what users also searched on, it's a bit random.
If you look to your right though, you'll see in Recent Blog Posts, that Hubpages actually has a piece on finding good topics.
If you're interested in getting traffic, then rather than worry too much about which categories get the most views, you're probably better off writing about a subject you have genuine passion and knowledge about because that will create a better hub, which will lift it up teh rankings, get into the Hot area, etc. All of that will bring you more views.
The only other piece of advice is to combine "evergreen" topics, ie hubs that don't date and are always interesting, with topical ones such a recent movie review, etc, which give traffic spikes.
And lastly, look to see if you have ways to send people to your hubs, via links you may have (Twitter, etc), rather than just relying on Hubpages and Google to send you traffic.
by Dr Mark 4 years ago
In a forum I read recently someone commented that Google looks down on your subdomain if it contains many poor articles. But how do I tell which is considered poor?Can I tell by hubscore? Some of my hubs are in the 60s, but have thousands of page views and others with fewer views are scored much...
by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
I hear people talking all the time about hubs that produce good readership, but I know this number differs for many. In your case, how many views per month do you think is good for any given article? Just curious.
by Lgali 10 years ago
For me this is the besthttp://hubpages.com /hub/Hubbers-Here-is-Your-General-2009-Horoscope-Predictions
by Jo Alexis-Hagues 4 years ago
Have the recent decline in hub views affected your earnings on hubpages?
by Keith Abt 6 years ago
...from out of the blue??A Hub I wrote six months ago about a certain hard-rock band that's going through some well publicized lineup and legal troubles suddenly blew up big time this morning, its page views nearly doubled in just a few hours. I was puzzled as to why till someone told me a link to...
by Tessa Schlesinger 3 years ago
As fast as I'm trying to fix up hubs that are unfeatured, the problem isn't that there is something wrong with them, but that they are being unfeatured as a result of lack of traffic. Isn't this short sighted? Some topics just don't get that much traffic. It's not because they are badly written,Is...
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