Which are the top 10 evergreen topics people like reading about?
these seem to be the main ones people read - politics,religion, intolerance, relationships etc
What each person considers their most favorite to read about is going to vary a lot from person to person. And remember some of the most-read topics (entertainment, religion) are at the top of the lowest paying list as well.
According to my experience, beautiful flowers, inspiring music and dance, popular celebrities, sweet recipes and highly informative health topics are evergreen.
Alternative medicine of high value is also in this list as people are on the look-out to try these in order to escape from the side-effects of Allopathy.
To me its definitely relationships. Well researched health topics are ever green.
How to make/save money, health, lifestyle (cooking, crafts etc) and technology in my experience
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