I know some of you write out of passion. You based in the things that what interests you or in your hobbies, the latest news you've heard, etc.
But for some of you who write so you could earn, how do you choose your niche, topic or keywords in your hubs? I know it has something to do with SEO, that the keyword is frequently talked about or being searched.
Please help Or share your experiences, tips and methods.
The best way seems to be to write product oriented hubs - they often do the best with Adsense AND with Amazon/eBay.
Choose keywords that have up to 5,000 hits a month (on exact search not broad) and make sure there aren't many/any other sites trying to rank for that keyword, particularly in the URL or title.
For inspiration, look around you when you shop, look at new products in magazines or flip through junk mail catalogues.
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