What category of Hub gets the most traffic in your opinion?
Lately, I realized many DIY topics getting ranked well and even got Hub of Day. Which topic do you think attract the most traffic?
I would assume DIY stuff ranks among the highest, but since I've never written on that topic, I can only say that for me personally, travel hubs and top-ten lists generate the most interest. Strangely, a fairly boring hub I did on a Roman statue (The Augustus of Prima Porta) has been one of my all-time best hubs for traffic and scoring, and I can only assume that desperate art history students are using it for research purposes!
Health, weight loss, DIY for home remodeling etc, are big ones. I get a lot from travel articles. Weddings, gifts for him, her, baby
I tend to be drawn to natural home remedies or natural products for health and beauty. Those seem to generate quite a few comments.
I think the "How to's" and List hubs probably do the best. People are always looking on the internet for information and these types of hubs provide good information for them.
I think that around Christmas time it's all "Buying presents online" and the rest of the year it's mainly technical interest. Might be wrong but......
I wrote an article about the Right to Die debate, and it landed in the number one spot quickly. Anything to do with self-help, health, money, or improving quality of life. My article on the Anti-Breastfeeding Campaign generated the most responses is the shortest amount of time. Good luck!
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