I like my octopus hub, I went the whole nine yards pictures and everything. Its too bad octopus info probably isn't exactly an internet gold mine.
you should be proud because that is seriously a great hub! i really enjoyed it.
My favorite hubs are my saber tooth tiger, eohippus, and dung coffee hubs. Also not Google gold-mines. For me, it's more about the amount of fun I have writing it, then the money value.
I have a couple of favorites but if I had to pick one I would say I like My "Soldier in My Heart" hub.
If you put a lot into that hub and you crafted well, you never know how well it will do. For the most part, you have the satisfaction of knowing you did an excellent hub, on something that truly interest you. I do that all the time and sometimes it pays of. I'm very proud of my hub on Kibbutzim, even though it is not a popular subject, it is something I wanted to explore and I learned a lot while doing this hub.
I'd be really happy if it paid off but this time I was like fuck it, I'm writing about cephalopods cause they're awesome.
One of the hubs I wrote was driven purely by a lack of ideas - it was early in my hub-ventures, and I followed the old adage to "write what you know". I wrote it because I liked the idea, and never thought about it making money...
That hub - written on a lark - has turned out to be my highest earner! And, no, I won't tell you which one it is
Other than that, I really like my tips for green(er) living and my endangered species hubs. Geez, that makes me sound like a tree-hugging hippie! But it is Earth Day, so why not
In that case, why don't you try Squidoo. Being in the family might help!
Ya know bro, it never ceases to amaze me how one thing turns into another. I published a couple hubs that I thought were good, but I knew nobody ever really searched for that information. I figured that they'd only get one hit a month, and I'd be ecstatic about that. But, ya know, one of those have been one of my absolute top earning hubs with the most visitors.
Ya never know what might happen..
And yeah, man, cephalopods are awesome, especially if they're cooked right.
Stop Violence Against Women is probably my favorite because it is the only hub I have done dealing with social issues. Yet it has been one of my least viewed hubs.
I like my funny hubs the best, like What Not to Wear, Georgia Bigfoot, or the Ledbetters. Lots of traffic, but the ads don't pay a lot.
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by literatelibran 5 years ago
Do you have one Hub that stands out in your own mind? Post a link to it here so we can all take a gander at it!
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