I wish you a ton of luck getting honest answers to it.
My Hubs with the most views fall into two distinct categories. First advice on collecting antiques and collectibles, such as charm bracelets, hammered aluminum, restaurant china, collecting scotty dogs and gas and oil advertising and service station items. My second, most popular category is places and people important in Arizona history. My hub on celebrating Arizona's Centennial (February 12,2012) shot through the roof during January and February. While I like writing Hubs with travel tips and book reviews, they never attract as many views. Google is my main source of Hub traffic.
Well I thought of answering this until I reasoned the "why" someone would want to know and decided not to answer it. However, there are several topics of mine that do much better than others.
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Don't you think?I know I have.
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