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I Need Broad Niche Ideas (Non Specific) For HubPages

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by inutero, Nov 13, 2013.

  1. inutero

    inutero Newbie

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    Hi all. I just recently created a Blogger, but after more in depth searching, HubPages seems like the way to go. My Blogger blogs received about 100 views after the first day. I know it's a good start, but the only thing holding me back is you have to have your Blogger active for 6 months before signing up with AdSense. Hub on the other hand you can sign-up with 10 articles.

    So, if anyone has broad, non-specific niches to begin writing about, please, shoot me a PM.
    & if anyone can guide me through writing a high ranking keyword article, PM (I'm very new to keyword writing)

    Thanks & Take Care
     
  2. SPQR

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    First of all, how are you going to write a bunch of quality content for a niche a random on the internet gives you. Think about what you like to do, then branch off from there. Maybe you like to skateboard, so do other people on the internet.
     
  3. inutero

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    The niche I began writing about is all over the internet. There are so many youtube videos, blogs, articles, etc on the niche. I feel as if I can never get anywhere if I'm one in a sea of a million.
     
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    Saturation is good if you play it right. Want to know why? Because lots of people look through saturated niches, and a lot of people stop working with saturated niches. So most of the videos and other content is just dead meat, and will be easy to cut through. Then when you get to the top, you will make a bunch of money. Or you could spend triple the time making content for a niche almost no one searches for, and make no money.
     
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