Writing on various topics is this a good idea to gain traffic on hubs?
Writing on different topics to gain traffic can this approach work for everyone?
Your best bet is to spend more time writing on topics that you know a lot about. There isn't anything wrong with testing (and learning) new topics as you write about them, but I've found that the extra time and effort put into the learning curve on topics that I am not an "expert" about is usually wasted where traffic is concerned.
I don't think it is a good idea but I know a lot of writers who do. I think it is much better to find a niche you are passionate about and only write about that.
I have at least four or five main topics about which I write. I'd try to follow billybuc's advice, but I don't think I know enough about any one thing to create a one topic niche. Sticking to the things I know and having those four or five main topics I think helps draw in different people because while they may not read medical hubs they may enjoy my writing or police hubs. So instead of having a set number of people view only hubs about books, I have that number divided among my various topics.
Yes. A class writer will write on diverse topics. Nobody should limit himself to a particular niche. I talk from experience wIth a million views.
I don't know about that now. A writer with real depth and knowledge can and will continue to discover new, exciting and interesting information on whatever single topic they pursue. If this were not true then all of the great minds that have studied and restudied, written about and rewritten about whatever topic the had their expertise in, such as psychology, medicine, mathematics and the like would never have made any ground breaking discoveries that they did. Wouldn't you tend to agree? Perhaps I am incorrect but that is my humble opinion.
by jerrysaliu 8 years ago
Is using social networks to increase my traffic against the Terms of Service on Hubpages and does it affect my HP Program in any negative way?
by Archana Das 2 weeks ago
Hi! I am a new hubber. Can you please help me know what are the sources to gain traffic on my articles?
by flyer0808 9 years ago
I am a new member. I have no idea in how to gain traffic. Can anybody help me?please be as simple as possible. I do not understand too complicated things. Thanks.
by wanzulfikri 9 years ago
I am really new and I am confused with so many ways to gain traffic. Can I know how I can set up a foundation for my hubs traffic?
by Athul M R 8 years ago
Does Google plus help you gain traffic ?I have an account in google plus , I don't use it often. Do you use it often ? is it helping you increase traffic to your hubs ?
by Jesse Unk 2 years ago
I'm fairly new to this, being that I've only been writing about a year and only have about 15 articles. The vast majority of my traffic comes from my MJ and Lebron comparison article. I've also written another sports article that I've webbed to it, but it isn't getting the views I've expected. Same...
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