What's the topic of the hottest hub you have?
I'm not looking for everyone to give a link to their personal hubs here. I would just like to know what topic your best hub falls under. Which one is ranked the highest, gets the most traffic, & if this matches the overall "theme" you tend to go with.
My highest traffic hub is a recipe ~ not very many of my hubs are about food, so I find this odd. It also isn't my highest ranked hub, that one is on a completely different subject & gets barely any views per day.
Mine is about fallacious reasoning.
I don't think HubPages allows us to back link anyway, so I think the answers will be safe.
Pandemic 2 the game.
It is a guide how to beat a really hard flash game. Gotten over 15k views.
My top viewed hub is a little spur of the moment hub I wrote about saving money. I was sitting on night thinking about how to save money and how difficult it has been in the past - and I quickly wrote a short hub and it has the best views of all my work.
A hub about ghosts. It has over 10K views and climbing. Who would have thought?
The Topic of my hottest hub is "Tips for Improving Traffic to Hubpages", the hub itself is on Instagram, and using it to generate traffic to hubs. This hub recieves twice the views (almost all from Google) as my next most popular hub.
I only have a couple of hubs on this topic.
Mine is about Bariatric Surgery and it's positive effects on Type II Diabetes - gets tons of views but not a single comment.... Most of my hubs otherwise are about Politics.
Hi Mom Kat,
Great question. My 2 Hottest Hubs are entitled "How Do Radio Control Models Work?" and "How Do Infrared Remote Control Toys Work?" These two Hubs have the most traffic compared to the other 8 Hubs I've written, and they both fall within my theme of things. However, I have been eager to write about everything and anything else. Things that tend to resonate with me as time goes on. But time is unforgiving.
Very cool. If you're good at explaining how things work, you might consider hubs on how to build them too
I think "build it yourself" stuff is awesome ~ thanks for your answer
My hottest hub has over 600 views and it is a poem that gets its views from Google. The theme I hoped to go with was things you would need to make a basic animation. I believe I need to work harder to accomplish my goal because I keep getting off track.
Actually I have 2 that are the exact same views, oddly. A measly 85 each, but they are about HubPage Tips and the other about Horror Writers.
Believe it or not, my hub with the most views is about Lapist Lazuli - the gemstone. It gets on average 10-20 Google views a day. I have to admit this is the one hub in which I followed the hubpages forum directions for getting a hubscore of 100. Oh by the way, the score has never gotten over 90 but it does get me Google traffic.
For me, it is "Computer and Video Games". Half of my hubs are in this topic. The specific hub that has most views is also about Marvel's Wall Crawler, Spider-Man. I made it so that Each Spider-Man game has it's own hub, set as a group. What truly surprises me is the particular game in the group that is getting the most views!
Oddly enough it's the hub I took the least amount of time to write, but it's about the things I learned when I was a child abuse investigator.
My most visited hub is actually the first one that I ever published! It's in the Technology/Digital Music section, and it offers tips on how to organize your iTunes library. Initially when I published it, then some more afterwards, it wasn't performing very well. Then, earlier this year, the amount of viewers per day I got to it exploded! Up to now it still gets a good few hits every day. I'm really happy about it, and I'm now trying to see if I can write another article that provides tips like that one does.
My highest ranked hub is about a humorous conversation I had with my nephews about not having access to computers or the internet when I was in college and how they would just die if they had to work under those conditions. My most viewed hub is about saving marriages from ending, a combo of poem/text/how-to. The hub that has ranked high consistently is a recipe. The saving marriages hub matches the overall intended theme I'd like to go with as a writer.
A hub about how to irrigate a foley catheter. Who woulda thought?
Mine is about an embarrassing incident that happened when I was at school. People seem to like my funny ones best! There's nothing better than having a good laugh I suppose. It probably cheers people up knowing that such a mortifying event didn't happen to them!
My relationship advice hubs seem to do the best with about 300 views a day on each. My second most popular category is writing prompt ideas. Guess I need to keep searching for popular topics. Its all about trial and error learning.
My most popular hub is on the subject of technology. It is about fixing a toolbar. I searched for months on how to solve the problem. When I found the solution, I wanted to share it with everyone. Many people from the Mideast who have Windows XP visited that hub. The one with the second most traffic is about photographic memory, one that I highly researched. I am very interested in studying and writing about the brain..
by Neil Sperling 5 years ago
I'm approaching 4000 - will likely hit that within 24 hours!
by Heather May 7 years ago
What was the topic of your most popular hub?As a new hubber I am seeing odd results for my hubs. The ones that I felt would be the most popular were not and the ones that I thought would be light traffic hubs---had great numbers. I am looking to maximize my views and my money!!
by Tessa Schlesinger 4 years ago
As fast as I'm trying to fix up hubs that are unfeatured, the problem isn't that there is something wrong with them, but that they are being unfeatured as a result of lack of traffic. Isn't this short sighted? Some topics just don't get that much traffic. It's not because they are badly written,Is...
by Lizam1 7 years ago
What is the highest number of views you have ever had and what was the topic?Did that traffic spill over onto your other hubs. Do you choose to write more about that one topic?
by Disillusioned 5 years ago
I took my 30-days page views count; divided it by 30 and further divided it by the number of published hubs. Thus I got a fair representation of my average number of visitors per day per hub. It comes to a whopping 1.6! How about yours?
by Anthony Goodley 6 years ago
First a disclaimer is in order.I broke the evergreen rule with this approach. I knew it going in and did it anyway. What the hell, sometimes rules are made to be broken. Sometimes a gamble pays off, often it doesn't. I do live in Las Vegas though so it is in my blood! Hubs should be on evergreen...
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