I really don't know. Okay, all the topics that supposedly make money like recipes, etc I HATE!!! no offense.
Pleasee!! tell me What I should write about.....by visiting my hubs. I'd be very grateful for some good suggestions!!
schoolgirl if you want to chat come to the chatroom post and click the link we will be happy to talk to you.
Well, I hate to burst your bubble , but recipes and food-related titles hardly make any money at all. They get traffic and attention, but they don't sell Amazon products and the AdSense CPC is hardly worth writing home about.
Write whatever you like and you have some knowledge.even all topics generates good tariff.
Check out the new videos posted in the Learning Center http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/
You will find some great ways to brainstorm ideas to write about.
maybe you just need to tweak the titles a little? Im really sorry I cant give specifics as my memory is as good as a rusty seive, but Im pretty sure I read once that the title should have keywords in it like...instead of "Love Me, I'm Bipolar~A Healthy Approach to life and medications" something like..."Bipolar-how to live with being bipolar"
Im not saying this well but what I mean is, I think that to get money you need outside of hubpages traffic. You need some person, who wakes up one day, and is searching for something, so they type words into google. The more words that match, the more likely they will go to your article. You want your hub to fit into what they type. I think you have a great variety of topics. Its probably to do with keywords, tags, and title. And so far, everyone Ive seen talk about money said it took at least six months to really get started.
SCFR, one of the best bits of advice I can give you is to read this thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/56119
That's what I do, and with a little keyword research, it's been a good strategy for me. It's been fun, too. And, frankly that's important b/c I don't want to write about topics that I'm not interested in. Write what you know, do keyword research, and be patient. Or, write reviews about products you know. We all use products everyday, right?
thanks,wordscribe43, that's very helpful.
Do you mean the KeywordTOOL?
Robotics and automated Robots
Time, what is it?
Human, weak or strong?
There are also many topics. But above ones are those which I like personally, So you can choose
one more question: when you go to your hub and click stats and see the keywords listed: do you use them and delete the others?
go to my account and click the ideabank,you will get bunch of suggestions from Hubpages,there must be something you wanna write about my dear!
thx all, I got to get back to using the Keyword Tool- seriously, my hits doubled before.
Stay away from writing Hubs about Elmer Fudd.
Surprisingly, there is no money to be made in them.
but...but....but....you get fans. sell some elmer related clothing? maybe?
He let me into his home and shared his life with me. i refuse to commercialize that special experience.
If Mark Knowles desides to write about Elmer, he'll make money, I am sure. You just have to know the secret.
Although, my top ten cartoon characters hub gets great traffic
damn you successful evil Canadian, damn you !!
I hate when people write about video games................ugh!
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