Larasmama made me want to ask this question, kind of gets to the heart of the matter, as far as writing style goes. I'm not much for the verbose. I'm a bottom-line me kind of person, and favorite hub might just do that. Looking at a writer in a forum and seeing that they have 150 hubs means you may not pick the hub that best describes their work. Your favorite hub you've written? Please post it!
I think you'll find many people won't reveal which is their best-performing Hub as that would just open them up to getting their best work compromised.
Thanks, relanche, I hadn't thought of that. But isn't the point exposure? The risk of plagiarism goes with anything put online, right?
True, however if someone has found a profitable niche they will want to keep it that way, or develop it further themselves. In an ideal world however.....
Surprisingly my best performing article get less than 200 views a week - yet.....earns about $500/monthly
I wish I had more of those
My best performing one is about pigs that fly....nah only joking, my best ones cover different topics and I have a few of them and so because of the earning and the traffic, they are my favourite!
Here is my best performing one: http://hubpages.com/hub/Anarchy-Does-it … ny-chances
*wink-wink* I hope...
Thanks for the replies guys, I'm going to read Misha's later tonight, Waynet...cool. Relache, impressive, and you have to do what you think is right for your work. Sounds like you know what you're doing.
I hope you realize that I was kidding and it is not my best performing hub, in fact it is the worst performing. Yet it is one of my favorites
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