What have been your most popular hub topics?

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  1. Alexis Cogwell profile image81
    Alexis Cogwellposted 3 years ago

    What have been your most popular hub topics?

    Looking for general topics that have engaged you with your readers in the past.

  2. kbdressman profile image92
    kbdressmanposted 3 years ago

    My hub about Trina Garnett (the subject of a Ted presentation), a hub about Tulum (an archaeological site in Mexico that I visited), and a hub on self defense get the most views for me.

  3. somethgblue profile image85
    somethgblueposted 3 years ago

    I wrote a piece called Pineal Gland The God Organ and wrote it in such a manner, that a college student could copy and paste it as their own and turn it in as an essay. I wrote it a few years ago but it has well over 29,000 page views which is twice as many as any of my articles.

    However I have found that what interest me the most are the articles that I passionately research and that comes out in my writing, these are topics about ancient human history, all things metaphysical, a little bit about the paranormal and astronomy.

    I have written many articles about Nibiru Planet X and they account for about a third of my total of over 304,000 page views for 218 articles. While my view of the true nature of Nibiru Planet X has changed in the last year, I still think it will make an appearance in 2017, perhaps sooner.

    I have learned so much in the last four years on Hub Pages, researching and writing articles but the one thing that has had the greatest impact on me is that all of the answers to my questions can be found in my own heart, through meditation and changing my own perception or reality.

    In a nut shell, I have found that you gotta write about what you love and interests you because that love light will shine in your words and your readers will appreciate that you have taken the time to share some of your love with them.

  4. Adam Harkus profile image61
    Adam Harkusposted 3 years ago

    I've approached it 2 ways.

    1) Write factual content that people will search for:
    My Best performing hub, by far, has been my review of the Epiphone ES335 PRO guitar.  It's done so well for a number of reasons... Firstly Epiphone is a popular brand, but that particular model is quite new and is getting quite a reputation. The result of this is that it features quite high up the google rankings, getting a lot of organic hits. It's also my oldest hub which also helps.

    2) Write passionate content that capture's the imagination.
    Next in Line are my "Goa Trip" Hubs. Which are short stories about my experiences travelling there. I have a parent hub for this, which contains links all 10 (and counting) chapters of the story. What I've found here is that people read one part and often go on to read the others, which helps traffic. The Goa Hubs are a lot easier to write for me, as I enjoy it more.

  5. Jodah profile image90
    Jodahposted 3 years ago

    My hub called "How to Make the World's Best Scrambled Eggs" is my consistently best hub for traffic. Others that do well are "More Unexplained Coincidences" and "My Friend the Oak".

    1. MarleneB profile image96
      MarleneBposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      I read your scrambled eggs hub and enjoyed it a lot. I actually learned how to make the best scrambled eggs ever. Thank you so much for sharing your scrambled eggs technique.

  6. manatita44 profile image83
    manatita44posted 3 years ago

    I feel that it will be coloured by the individual's personality, the sum total of his/her character, the manifestation or harvest of his/her karma. Mine is the spiritual, and I do both prose and poetry. You may visit my poetry here: manatita44.hubpages.com.

    I'm essentially esoteric, ethereal, aesthetic ...I do not do too much which is contradictory to my true Character. I expect that most others are the same. All things are usually coloured my our own interests. I have friends I like very much, but they like politics also, and I feel that it is not my genre or domain. So, I stay away ...usually. Much Love, Ashley.

  7. MarleneB profile image96
    MarleneBposted 3 years ago

    My best performing hub is one about auto detail prices. It has almost 95,000 views and I have actually received outside writing assignments because of it. Don't ask me why, but it has performed well since the first day I wrote it. My second best performing hub is one about which medicines to use for toothaches. It has been viewed almost 78,000 times. Most of my hubs are doing well, but these two hubs consistently receive the most traffic.

  8. Say Yes To Life profile image82
    Say Yes To Lifeposted 3 years ago

    For a long time, my most read article was "The Lowdown on Energy Drinks".  Recently, " I Wish I'd Known This When I First Went To College!" has surpassed it.  I am currently trying to get it uploaded onto the websites of all the high schools here, as well as the local community college and university.  Ironically, when I first published it 3 years ago, it started off with the incredibly low score of 42!  It now ranks in the 80s and 90s.

  9. RJ Schwartz profile image91
    RJ Schwartzposted 3 years ago

    My political themed hubs seem to get the best traffic - my numbers are no where near the size as some of the other more established Hubbers, but they are growing and its fun for me.


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