Will you tackle a new topic area on HubPages for 2014?
Expanding our topic areas might be a good idea. Or maybe sticking to what we know best which brings us traffic and earnings is a better idea.
My answer has to be yes, but that’s because I don’t have a specialist topic area. I’ve only recently joined HP and so I’m experimenting with different topics and different ways of presenting hubs. It’s a steep learning curve and I’m already surprised by what works (i.e. which techniques bring the most views) and what doesn't. There is no magic formula but there are definitely some topics that work better than others.
Wishing you and everyone else on HP a happy and healthy 2014.
Same to you, Beth. Thanks for answering. You have a great attitiude about learning and exploring. I wish you the best at HP in 2014.
Welcome Beth you are so right, it is surprising what works and what doesn't. Your specialist topic area will come to you in time, it took me six months and many wrong turns to find mine. Good luck and welcome.
For me, it will be a case of yes and no. I will be continuing to write in my current niches as they have served me very well so far. That being said, I will be exploring new niches and expanding a few that I have only one or two hubs in.
I agree that exploring new areas is a great idea as you can never have too many niches
I probably will if something pops into my head. Usually I get ideas for hubs out of my current topics list by seeing people ask about other things here in the answer section. If I feel really strongly about the topic or it gets me interested enough to do some research about it, I'll write a hub.
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