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Welcome to HubPages!
It really depends what you're going for. If you'd like to be read by people outside of the HubPages community (and/or make money), you should choose your hub topics and titles a little differently. Current events and political commentary will only be relevant for a little while, and won't continue to get traffic in the long term. Choose topics that are "evergreen" instead.
As far as titles, try to think about what someone might type into Google to find your hub. Instead of "Suggested Reading," something like "10 Best Fantasy Novels" is more descriptive and will probably get you more traffic.
I agree with Maddie Ruud about the "evergreen" aspect, although I personally found your hub on Iran's missile test interesting.
The Wikileaks hub is definitely too short. You should aim for 500 words or more.
Questioning our Fundamental Beliefs has a problem: The comments capsule is placed above the final text capsule, therefore readers will comment without having read the full article.
by Henry 3 years ago
Hey folks. I'm a long time member here and an SEO guy by trade. I love this platform and want to support it. I've been digging into Panda data, and I have a few suggestions. Let's work together and 'right the ship!' 1) Start a brand new account today. Fresh content is what Hubpages needs. Google...
by McKenna Meyers 2 years ago
I've now written 52 Hubs but have less than 300 views from Google. I've read and taken the advice about titles, key words, niches, and high interest topics but am going nowhere fast. Is this the way it is or am I doing something horribly wrong? It seems like I'm missing a huge piece of the puzzle...
by Isaac Asante 4 years ago
Hi, I am new to HubPages, and I wanted to know if I could publish articles that revolve around current news stories. Of course, I am referring to writing news content while engaging readers by adding analysis and creating debates around it. This means, the news article is not "plain...
by Jason Menayan 7 years ago
Hey Bay Area (and beyond?) Hubbers,We'll be holding a special intermediate, topically-focused HubCamp at HubPages Headquarters on Thursday, August 18, from 6-8 pm.The focus will be on turning household projects, like repairs, fixes, and renovations, into great Hubs. This will tie in with the Clogs...
by yoshi97 8 years ago
For a long time it has puzzled me how one of my hubs keeps doing great, when it shouldn't. You see, I started a hub on one topic and then changed my mind in the middle of it.Now, back then I had no idea you couldn't change the URL later, so I was horrified when I was stuck with a URL that couldn't...
by belko002 7 years ago
Hi. I just starting using hubpages last night and I LOVE it. I've got so much unpublished, socio-political commentary that I wrote while getting my doctorate and I've finally found something I can do with it.I'm wondering if there might be some other sites like Hubages that would allow me to submit...
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