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How "evergreen" are gardening topics?
Does it stay somewhat steady year round with people from Australia and other areas in the southern hemisphere?
I would think gardening topics are pretty evergreen due to the vast difference in weather and seasons throughout the world. I have a few and they do alright. I guess it depends and the actual topic you are going to submit and how saturated that topic is! 'How to grow orange trees' for example as opposed to 'How to grow potatoes'. Good luck
A topic can be evergreen and seasonal at the same time. I imagine with gardening you will get times of the year when the topic is more popular (seasonal), but that will happen every year (evergreen).
Another evergreen topic that's also seasonal would be something like Mother's Day Gifts.
Although not specifically about planting or growing, the traffic to my hub about getting a lawn mower started starts to grow around March, with peaks on Saturdays on Sundays as poor unfortunates run into problems getting their machine started. (Its fun watching Google analytics in realtime mode as the search queries come in!) During the winter in the northern hemisphere, traffic drops to less than 10 views per day. Now the population of Australia and New Zealand combined is only 27 million according to Wikipedia, whereas that of the US is 315 million, Canada 33 million and the UK 63 million. English is the official but not the primary language of some southern African countries also. So the audience of native English speakersin the southern hemisphere is much smaller and presumably this influences traffic during winter in the northern hemisphere.
I write primarily about gardening topics and am in the USA. My traffic isn't steady but highly seasonal. In the off season, I try to add Hubs about my other interests, such as collecting and antiques, but there is definitely a seasonal shift.
I think gardening is the perfect evergreen topic, because it will always been important and it will never go out of style. I know writing gardening hubs can be tough, because they are seasonal, but that doesn't mean they aren't evergreen.
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