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My articles get pathetic PVs, what are the best topics?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by grayhatman, Mar 5, 2010.

  1. grayhatman

    grayhatman Newbie

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    Obviously there are topics that get many more PVs than others.

    While thinking about it I made a list of what I think may be beneficial?

    Is this list correct, or do you have any topics that either get higher upfronts or more PVs?

    Any suggestions would help! THANKS!! :)

    1) Evergreens - Topics like Mother's Day or Easter
    2) How-To Guides
    3) Pregnant Women's Matters
    4) Tech/Phone Reviews
    5) News Topics
    6) Trending Topics - Hard to find really ever since Google limited its function
     
  2. Conky

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    Page views is all about the title. If your PV's suck, then your title sucks. Sorry.

    To increase your PVs, shoot for longer titles, and titles that can be a little controversial.

    For example,

    Title 1: "Add 2 inches to your penis with this system!"
    Result: BORING title... run of the mill... can find many like this...

    Title 2: "My Penis Was So Small I Couldn't See It Over My Belly! One Amazing Technique Increase My Size to The Point That I Have to Tie It To My Leg!"
    Result: An OMG response. The longer article title will also stand out amoung the shorter titles and you WIL increase your PVs!
     
  3. grayhatman

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    lol thanks. i will DEF work on my tities. i mean titles. lol.
     
  4. HowardOnline

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    market is saturated,
     
  5. Spud Jr

    Spud Jr BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Titles are everything.. As well as keeping your audience captivated by your words. Turn those boring topics into something more refreshing and mainstream.

    So when you see a medical site where you are expecting medical jargon = BORING.. You aren't the doctor so there is no reason you should be talking like that. So instead maybe think about first hand spot. Where you are engaging, I know that when I write. I try to make it driver seat analog.

    The title is definitely the key to the door.. Without that essential key, you can kiss access goodbye. It doesn't necessarily have to be controversial but something off the wall like:

    "Mr Potato Head really enjoys using this natural supplement to make his spuds bigger!" or "Did Miss Piggy really need to use this natural supplement to have this outcome?"

    There is definitely a time and place for joking around and all that light stuff but when you are looking to make sales and keep your audience. You want to step down to their level of existence. Most people looking for solutions are turned off by the authoritative tone most A.M come off as supposedly having.

    There are many ways to keep your audience without having to use many blackhat/grey hat techniques.

    Good Luck..
     
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  6. GetThatMoney

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    Think of your article titles like PPC ad titles. You've got to grab the users attention and give them a reason to view. Many of the same tricks work as well. Check out sites where titles are king such as digg so you can see what kinds of titles are trending up and work and try to mimic them for your articles.