Hub-challenge - Will it get you many new readers and followers?
If one decides to do the Hub-challenge, should they try and stick to one or two niches or do a variety of topics and see what converts well with views?
I think you should do what you are comfortable with. If you feel like writing on various topics, go ahead and test the waters. You might find that there are other topics that interest your readers. But if you don't want to try new topics, stick to the ones you like. Either way, you can't go wrong. ^^
by Katleigh Merrier10 months ago
I'm speaking mainly on your HubPages account, but also any side (or main) blogs. Do you think it hurts or helps your Hubs to have a diverse group of articles or is it better if it's all about one thing?
by Kylyssa Shay2 years ago
The focus of HP has turned to the niche sites. Editing services will only be used on hubs being considered for the several new niche domains for the foreseeable future. The niche topics chosen for the next year or so...
by sunforged7 years ago
30 hubs in 30 days is great...but how much time did you spend making sure your efforts will be viewed ?Are your 30 Hubs a craps shoot, a gamble ..are you just throwing *it* against the wall and seeing what sticks?Join...
by StitchTheDamned4 years ago
Is it better to write hubs all in one niche or write about different things?So far, I have 13 Hubs published. I have been jumping around on topics, writing about what I am inspired to do some research on that day. I do...
by Russ Moran5 years ago
Do you have a niche or are you a generalist, and which is better in your view?
by Marie Flint4 years ago
Well, summer is fast approaching here in sunny Florida, so I've been busy clearing as much area as possible to grow an organic garden. Florida betony, by the way, has an ubiquitous root system! Today I'm feeling a...
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