If you haven’t noticed yet, we have created a new forum called The 30 Hubs in 30 Days HubChallengers that is going to be a place for Hubbers to take the new, ongoing 30 Hubs in 30 Days HubChallenge. you may remember the 100 Hubs in 30 Days HubChallenge that we all went crazy with back in May that resulted in several Hubbers (that stuck it out) seeing some major boosts in HubPages know-how, traffic and of course, earnings. You can read about a few of them over here in a recent forum post.

Well, in the first post that I added into the new HubChallenge forum I let everyone know that the first official 30 day challenge doesn’t start until this Friday, July 24th. This is because I wanted to take a few days to help prep some of the soon-to-be HubChallengers on some tips that I have learned during my HubPages journey. The first tip that I decided to cover was How to find a FANTASTIC Hub topic and you can view the video below or over here on YouTube (where you can watch it full screen).

Links of interest from the video:

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18 replies on “HubPages Tips: How to find a FANTASTIC Hub topic

  1. Fantastic Job. I just can’t wait to jump and swim in the new 30 Hubs in 30 Days Challenge. I have already selected my Topic and will write all 30 hubs on one single topic.


  2. This is great. I’m still so new to the internet and how it all works. I learned more from your video than I have in the last year. Thank you.

  3. O.K. I am going to jump in and try this again , the Google Wonderwheel is perfect and I will be looking at it and reviewing, thanks for the valuable information.

  4. I keep learning . . . thanks for making this available. I use Google keywords tool but I haven’t bothered to focus on the CPC. I usually write business and marketing topics which have a higher CPC . . . and landscape do well.

    Good tool. I’ll watch the video again.

  5. When I click on the Google Adward search, the Estimated Avg. CPC doesn’t appear on the results. I tried your dog food example.

  6. thanks so much for the info. I am now experimenting with the Google wheel and I like how you showed step by step in the video how you went about searching with the term ‘diet dog food’. Valuable information that I really needed.

  7. Any good alternatives for the wonderwheel now that it’s now defunct (I think.) I never got a chance to really use it or play around with it, but I would definitely benefit from using something other than SEO for FF and AdWords kw tool as I’m kind of looking for a way to come up with more ideas by, I guess, thinking outside the box. 😛

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