What' your most searched topic on Hub Pages?
I find I don't really go through the topics when I'm hanging out on the forums, I just look at what's been recently posted, possibly go through the free form section.
Where do you find you linger?
Without a doubt it's Gender Relations.
I've always been fascinated by people's relationship choices. Why do you say yes to one person and no to another? Why do you choose to stay in a relationship where you're unhappy? Why would someone rather try and (change) their mate over trying to find someone who (already is) the type of person they want?
Very few choices rise to the level of importance as selecting one's life partner, and yet many of us never take the time to do the necessary introspective thinking needed to determine what it is we want and need from a mate or potential spouse. It's almost as if making relationship decisions with complete awareness and self-empowerment is "unromantic" or "anti-American".
We prefer to have relationships come about through "happenstance" and when things go wrong we want to point the finger at our exes!
If you go to the store to purchase an apple but buy an onion instead....Whose fault is that? Do you curse the onion for not being an apple? No! You learn to become a better shopper!
I was so interested in how people approached relationships and marriage that I wrote a book: My Cat Won't Bark! (A Relationship Epiphany) I find people's relationship choices to be especially interesting.
I like being on the tutorial and see the questions from the newbies and then try to write hubs about them.
For me personally, I love the gardening forums. I'm getting ready to plant my veggie garden this spring and I love seeing people's ideas, companion planting, tips and tricks for anything to do with growing plants, flowers, veggies.
It would be terribly stupid for me to answer this question...it would be like telling someone I had a load of cash in my wallet, and I'm against protecting myself with firearms.
natural remedies and tutorials I think do pretty well with my hubs.
I linger towards forums and hubs that help me with using the Google Adwords Tool. i also like to keep my eye on what's happening in Politics and Social Issues here on hub pages
No specific topic in fact. I like sometimes browsing travel articles and science articles.
I tend to mostly read the new Hubs of the people I'm following, that way I get to read Hubs with a variety of different topics.
I search the art and travel subjects as well as the technical "how to" procedures. It takes time to learn how to create a hub which will be read and enjoyed.
I often read good articles on the web, their art of presentation and writing of course. Sometime I am so much glued to the content that I forget every thing. However my article "General Amnesty - Building India of My Dreams -Let us start afresh" was a real HIT among my audiences. I know nothing about key words or search engine optimization tools.
well, i mostly search for earning reports and about to make hubpages writing related search. That motivate me to get forward.
I generally look at science-related articles, because I'm really keen to learn about how things work. What's the secret to life? Where's the universe headed? Why do I never have matching socks? These are the things I search for online. Everything else I tend to look in the newspaper for.
As it is our line of work we love looking at home design / home improvement type hubs and posts. I also sometimes go through recently added though too!
I love searching recipes and self-help topics on hubpages. I also find interesting hubs about books.
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