Here's my question do you really need to focus on one topic?
Well my main topic is the effects on everyday issues in the U.S. But since they don't have a topic like that it seems I bounce around on topics. Is that a bad thing if I want to get accepted by google adsence?
In my opinion, no, you don't have to stick to one topic as I've seen many people with hundreds of followers, etc, and they have a variety of different topics.
Only writing about 1 topic will help though, as people will know exactly what you're writing about.
the reason I ask is because I have one topic on personal finance another on health weight loss and another on pros and cons of marijuana is this too far stretch from each other or is that okay?
I wouldn't write any hubs about drugs as it's against either HubPages rules or Google adsense's rules, I can't remember which as I noted it all down while ago.
Personal finance hubs and weight loss hubs should be fine.
Well i wrote it from it's medical stand point mainly and on the fight between people want iit legal and people who want it to stay illegal.
Yeah I understand that, but they just don't like it.
True well if they do say anything then I'll take it down no issues.
I think they'd just ban you as google is strict and it's stated in their rules I just checked
The collective wisdom here does seem to be that you should specialise in a topic and that is certainly what I have done, but not in just one topic. I have specialised in at least three topics which are not linked in any way other than them being something I am passionately interested in.
In terms of Google Adsence, they don't mind if you have a variety of different topics, they will judge you on how much content you have and if you are in certain countries (India, China etc) how long you have been on HubPages. When I started, I had no clear strategy, topics etc and just wrote about random things. I got accepted and then went on later to develop my topics of interest.
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