hello everyone, I am trying to see where to go with what I have on Hubpages. I have 28 articles published and I am trying to make new articles to link to the articles I have now. Do anyone have any ideas to give me on new articles to write??
Can you focus on a little mini "series" of hubs on a hobby topic that you know a lot about?
Yeah, I can try.. I know a lot about tv shows and technology. It is so much I know about, it is hard to narrow it down.., I just wrote one on Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.. I will try to interlink to more articles I am going to write on all the other seasons of Buffy and see where that takes me..
In some of mine, I make a section that kind of sums up a group of articles, for instance, in many of my hubs I have a headline that says:
Articles About Animals
I do get people who will click on all of them. So look at the hubs you already have and see if you can put a section like this in them.
I would just review the ones you already have, and consider topics that are the same or similar to ones that you've already written.
You like Buffy, so make one about vampires and their history (fact/fiction). You've written ones about relationships, there is plenty of material for that as well.
The ideabank on your statistic page has plenty to work from. If that is not of any help, then I would say to take smaller pieces of what you have written on, and expand on certain areas that could always be better defined.
Not everyone is of the same education level and knowing that, it could be nice if you directed them to more of an expanded view.
Just a thought.
I would say take a look at your hub and see if you answered the what, where, when, why, etc. and any where you are referring to something else could be idea for a new hub then just link them together. Just some thoughts.
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