What topics are your best performing Hubs based on?
How many views a month would you say each one gets?
The Law of Attraction and cheap cars were my original high performers...However I've diversified my topics and a couple of hubs which feature some road trips are getting popular too ..
The Law of Attraction is a good one! I can see that being a hit for sure, cheap cars too..great stuff! I have done better with health/food related topics thus far, but also some oldies about news related stuff are catching up too..Thanks for sharing!
Plague Inc. walkthroughs are good.
Travel articles and Science articles do well for me also.
Thats awesome! I enjoy walkthroughs. Is Plague Inc. a PC game? I also enjoy Science and intend to write more hubs on the topic eventually. Thanks for sharing
Plague Inc is a iOS and Android game that has recently been ported to PC (Steam) and will be available for XBox One
A best performing hub will be evergreen. No matter how much time passes people will still be searching for it. So think of anything that will forever be "need to know". No one can tell you how many views a given topic will generate. This has everything to do with the quality, sharing amount, quality of photos, and key words in the article. Two people could write about the exact topic with one getting tons of views and the other getting very few.
I have found that some topics I write about, do better than other topics in general, regardless of differences in SEO, images, etc. Just wanted to reach out and see if anyone else had certain topics that outshined the others. Thanks for sharing!
My original high performers were music. Those are still doing well but I have added gardening and how to's that garner quite a bit of traffic now
by leakeem5 years ago
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by jill of alltrades8 years ago
Is it a good idea to unpublish a low performing hub?
by Dr Mark2 years ago
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by David 4705 years ago
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by OSBERT JOEL C3 years ago
I have published more than 30 hubs. Of those almost 5 hubs have just 5 to 10 page views a month. More over the hub score is also low. Is deleting those hubs a right decision?
by Nemanja Boškov5 years ago
Should we delete our under-performing hubs and how many of you do this?I have recently deleted a hub I published a long time ago and which had a pretty low score.After doing this, my author hubscore went up...
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