On HubPages, we’re all about giving as much as you get, which is why Weekly Topic Inspiration is such a fun way to spread the love in our community. This weekly challenge is all about sharing and getting feedback on your work- as well as constructively critiquing the work of others.

Weekly Topic Inspiration involves the selection of a new theme each week- one on which Hubbers are encouraged to write. Throughout the week, Hubbers post their Hubs as Answers to the Weekly Topic Inspiration Question and also share them in the week’s official forum (the current theme’s thread is always stickied).

By sharing your Hub in the thread, you can get valuable feedback on your work- as well as encouragement. You can also lend other Hubbers a hand by providing them with feedback on their own work and offering some suggestions on how they might make it even better.

We even provide search-friendly title ideas for those who would like an extra push. 🙂

If you’re looking for something to write about or hoping to make some new friends on HubPages, Weekly Topic Inspiration is a great place to start!

Posted by:HubPages Admin

2 replies on “Participating in the Weekly Topic Inspiration Program

  1. I certainly hope the search friendly titles for the WTI are much better researched than those provided for the “Exclusive” ones, Simone.

    From what I’ve read in the forum–and from my own personal experience with them– exclusive titles are simply not worth bothering with as far as getting quick traffic.

    And we know now that traffic, not quality, seems to trip the “idle” button. Even some of the APs are complaining about the exclusive titles. So are the WTI chosen in the same manner?

    I believe this would be important to know, as people surely don’t wish to waste a lot of time on something which will simply be idled into obscurity in a month or so.

    Thanks for the answers. 🙂


    1. WTI titles are explicitly keyword researched by me, Randy Goodwin. Exclusive titles are just promising titles that don’t already exist on our site- they’re not individually researched using the Google Keyword Tool.

      We never said Exclusives guaranteed traffic. Nothing does. 😉

      And quality absolutely influences whether a Hub is Featured or not.

      Hope that clears things up for you!

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