Have you ever had success with a NON-evergreen topic here? (monetarily speaking)
Hey guys, I know the best way to make money here is to write info rich evergreen hubs, but I was just wondering if any of you have had success writing pieces that weren't evergreen. Im not speaking about hot topics like breaking news, but maybe things like trends or fads.... things that may be around for a year or less, but may bring in much more traffic during that time period than some of your other pieces.
I do have one that works only part of the year. I wrote a hub a few years ago about TurboTax. That only gets good traffic Jan thru April, and a few sales of TurboTax come through Amazon. So I consider it successful monetarily. I update it each year with the new versions before the next tax season starts.
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