I have found that how-to articles especially about SEO and health and wellness seem to be winning hubs monitarily. Does anyone know if there's any money in book and/or movie reviews?
Personally I think the subjects you have mentioned are two competitive.
I wish book and movie reviews were profitable, I ahve never had much luck with them though, I think it is again to do with the fact that there is just so much competiiton in this sector.
I am guessing it would depend on how you choose to review the book. I am currently reading a book that has many characters and was getting confused as to who there characters were, so I looked it up online. The only source available was Spark Notes, and you had to pay to see much of anything. I found it very unuseful, and have been considering writing some of my own reviews with a bit of detailed information, such as first and last names of characters, along with their initial description.
BTW: What are Spark Notes?
Sparknotes are like summary "cheatsheets" tailored for students who are reading books that are (on certain levels) hard to comprehend, especially classics
and @ Falsor
Make sure it's a popular book, or you won't be getting any traffic. Make your title match the exact search phrase you'd expect someone to use when looking for a review on that book.
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