Dear fellow Hubbers and Hubbinas
.. after 2 years on Hubpages, I am please to report I an only $90.00 away from my first Adsense payout!
As a result, I am thinking of compiling all that I have learned (should take long), and creating my very first website.
[bCan you suggest a lucrative topic/area of focus for my site?[/b]
They say to 'write what you know', but since I don't know anything, that would limit the content considerably.
Thank you for your feedback
good idea.. as a Jets fan, i trust you would forward my URL to the team??
Then write about your struggles to learn things.. those are often the most interesting and useful hubs anyway because the things you misunderstand may well be the things that trip me up, too. If you write about it after you have become proficient, you'll have forgotten all those early misconceptions.
Experts often write lousy web pages for just that reason :-)
i dont actually 'struggle' though... I simply shun learning opportunities as the arise.
There is usually a sporting event I would rather watch on TV
I remember you posting similar advice elsewhere sometime ago. Both then and now, I personally consider that "tidbit" of information pure gold!
It is a total, absolute win-win for both the writer and the reader.
Well, maybe I just like to think that because I get confused so easily :-)
I was thinking about doing something porn-based, but from past experience, people generally don't want to see me naked
Write about the topics people want to read about.
But from a personal perspective.
For example: My night of passion with two of the Kardashian sisters
The day I got asked to stand in for George Clooney
Thursdays with Maurie Pauvich
Along those lines. You probably have not had any such encounters. that's ok. Act as if!
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