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    Which topics can really bring more traffic to Techulator?

    As "product reviews" "game reviews" sections are restricted, there is a little bit of difficulty on the part of the writers regarding the issue that, what else can be appreciated in Techulator. Especially what topic can bring more traffic to the site.

    As it is a prerequisite in Techulator, that each and every topic should be unique, I am just wondering, whether topics outside Android phones, computers and devices will be a good idea to write upon?

    This is just an opinion oriented question, where I am looking for everyone to participate in the discussion, as all of us here have a common target to meet and so we need to know the likes and dislikes of people which will guide us through.
  • #19057
    Game reviews are not restricted per se. They are still accepted but if even after posting a lots of them your articles don't get much traffic is where TEC suggests to try some other topic because it is a complete loss of TEC to pay for non-traffic fetching topics.

    Unique does not only related to the title of the article but is rather related to the content too. Uniqueness in the content is what TEC is looking for. Something unique that you can offer which TEC readers won't get elsewhere.

    Softwares and electronic hardwares are quite a big niche. You should try topics on different niches and see what works for you and then you can follow that.

    If any of us knew what would actually work online in terms of fetching readers then we would have already written on that! Still, originality and uniqueness are the keys.

  • #19058
    From my personal experience, "How to" articles about common issues and their solutions get very good amount of traffic. However, proper optimization and original content play a very important role.
    "Winners don't do different things, they just do things differently"


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