What is your main source of collecting information for your hubs?
All your hubs are very informative to the subject and very elaborate also. Even though the topics you write are of your interest, I would like to know what is the main source of getting detailed information on any individual topic you choose.
My detailed information comes from my insatiable desire to ask questions. An example would be my dog Bailey, when he was sick I asked the doctors everything. I know more about a dogs kidneys then I cared to know. BUN levels, spilling too much protein when he would urinate. How a medication for people with high blood pressure; is given to dogs in renal failure because the drug helps blood flow to the kidneys, to help them function better.
Life experience is great but asking questions and listening is key.
My main source is me. I fill in some of the information by doing searches but most of it is based on my experience. Sometimes I do things like gain muscle or lose weight and do a hub about it. I like to experiment. Recently I did an exercise routine for a week that caused me to lose fat and I wrote a hub about it. Before that I increased the size of my arm muscles for a hub.
To put it simply it is a bit of research and personal insights.
by nayaz1625 5 years ago
What is the main source of traffic for your hubs?Do most traffic to your hubs come from google and other search engines or do they mostly come from hubpages itself, that is, hubbers following you and hubbers who read latest hubs or even hubbers who happen to view your profile from a question you...
by Caren White 3 weeks ago
Analytics tells me that I suddenly started getting traffic from something called the Maven Coalition. Since I don't have a website on Maven, are my hubs being advertised there? How can I figure out where specifically on Maven this traffic is coming from?
by Lee Hansen 4 years ago
I just glance at traffic sources for my hubs to get a feel for where readers/visitors come from. My biggest source of traffic everywhere else is/has been Google. On HP it is pinterest. But one source baffles me: I get traffic from socialtimes.com and I've not been able to figure out why ... does...
by Brian Leekley 5 years ago
If this is not the correct place to ask my questions, please let me know where to go on HubPages, or if I should send an email to the people running HubPages.A few months ago an expert hubber with lots of experience and success for a time offered free critiques of hubs in one of the forums. I asked...
by Terje Sannarnes 7 years ago
What is your main source of inspiration for writing articles?Why do you write articles and what do you want to achieve by doing so?
by Eugene Brennan 22 months ago
Just wanted to share this. Someone pinned or "flipped" one of my hubs on Flipboard, a magazine site. So I've had a ton of traffic all morning. I made my own magazine and the traffic magnified even more! (currently 16 visits per minute). Might be worth looking into as an alternative...
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