Last week's WTI topic Shoreline Adventures topic recommended by K9keystrokes generated so many great, useful, inspiring Hubs that I thought I would extend the theme a bit this week and open it up to all summer activities. So if you don't know what to Hub about this week, consider sharing tips on fun things to do during the summer!
Dig out some old vacation photos, share your travel notes and summer weekend must-do lists, and you'll have created a great Hub in a jiffy!
Some keywords to play with: outdoor summer activities, fun summer activities, summer reading activities, summer preschool activities, tahoe summer activities, summer learning activities, summer art activities, summer activity ideas, summer craft activities, summer youth activities, toddler summer activities, free summer activities, summer activities for adults, fun summer activities teenagers, summer kid activities, chicago summer activities, summer activities in utah, summer activities for teenagers, summer activity camps, summer crafts, summer activities in colorado, colorado summer activities, summer bridge activities, nyc summer activities, summer fun activities
These keywords popped up after some basic research with the Google Keyword tool, and are ideal in the sense that they have more than 500 but fewer than 50,000 global searches each month. I have not researched each of these competition-wise, so you might want to Google a phrase or potential title before choosing it to make sure you're not covering an exhausted topic in which you don't stand much chance of overtaking the competition.
You can do your own poking around quite easily - here's how!
If you'd like to join in on this week's topic by writing a Hub, follow these steps:
1) Click here to visit this week's topic. 2) Click the green button "answer this question". 3) Click the gray button below the box (leave that empty) that says "make a Hub about it." 4) Give your Hub a very specific title, like Easy Summer Gardening Projects for Kids or Challenging Summer Activities for Teens 5) Create good quality original content that hasn't been covered before. 6) After you publish your Weekly Topic Inspiration Hub, come back to this forum thread and post a link to your Hub with a brief description of what you wrote about and why.
Hi there! I just wrote about climbing Colorado's 1400 ft. peaks. My family has climbed several of them, and I have some great photos and stories, along with advice to anyone else who has ever thought about climbing a mountain. Thanks for reading! http://janegrey.hubpages.com/hub/Colora … rtime?done
I don't know if you just started supplying keywords or if you always have (never paid much attention before this, I guess!) but as someone who is still struggling to get the hang of keywords and SEO and all that, I find these very helpful. Thanks!
Just got back from reading your canoe adventure on Rifle River...very funny story with loads of great information. Had to laugh quite a bit at the couple who you and john were trying to help...funny stuff DH! Cheers!
We do get some days that aren't cold and wet. But as you have suggsted K9keystrokes, I could do a hub on July activities in Marsch weather. So that is what I'm going to do-or more precisely, Indoor Summer Activities. That will be my very next hub.
Brilliant! Love the spin on summer activities! I had forgotten all about Uno--we use to play this all of the time when I was in the military. Dominoes were another game we enjoyed. Thanks for sharing Flora! Cheers~ K9
Yeah. Seriously. This is incredible. And I was just talking with a friend this morning about how we don't take the time to figure out what the wether is going to be for ourselves because we're so out of touch with the outside world. I'll have to share a link to you Hub with him!
I absolutely love this Hub! Sidewalk chalk is SO not just for kids. Heck, it was a hit on my old college campus, and a lot of adults are using it in super crazy urban games of hide and seek / tag. What fun!
My younger (way younger) brother and his friends have played some of the urban hide and seek chalk games Simone mentions. I would love to be on the sidelines to watch the fun! This hub offers a few of the most spectacular 3D chalk images around. I have to admit, I love to draw on the back patio cement with my God daughter. She can not get enough of the stuff. Very fun hub for all-- Cheers!
I love the Amphitheater Schedule also. But I gotta say, my first stop would be the Metro Toronto Zoo, I have no will power when it comes to critters. Your hub has triggered a need to land in this fine city in 2012! Nice hub-- outstanding read! Cheers~
Now this is a cool idea Susan! I'm in~ Also looking forward to the little 2 hour HubMeet in San Francisco on the 18th of August, Jason is talking about it in another forum! Forum Post: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/79402
Posted this in April to give people new ideas for up coming summer activities in the North East. I complied this through tons of research and these all are on my definite must to-dos this summer! Hope you enjoy!
Yeah! These things sound like tons of fun, Kimberly Turner! I actually recommend adding "around New Jersey" into your title, since most of the activities outlined in the Hub take place in that area. It'll help you get more relevant readers!
This is great fun! I love the photos, too. I'd actually recommend taking out the WTI image at the top and replacing it with one of your own fabulous photos, since they're more relevant. I'd hate for people to miss out on realizing you have cool images in your Hub just because the logo pops up as the first image!
Have just posted a hub titled, Fun Summer Activities at Cape Henlopen State Park at http://hubpages.com/hub/Five-Fun-Summer … n-Delaware This wonderful ocean and bay side park is only 30 minutes from my home and I often take summer visitors, including nieces, nephews and their children there.
Thanks to Flora's suggestion, I was able to read your fun summer hub. The pictures are so heartwarming! The beach and waters look refreshing. Tempted to give that kayaking a go...your Great Nephew looks like he had fun!
Thanks K9keystrokes, FloraBreenRobison and Denise Handlon, for being so persistent about accessing my Fun Summer Activities in Cape Henlopen State Park article. You guys are living proof of how helpful fellow hubbers are and I appreciate it.
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