Did you know Google is the #1 money earner on Triond? Make yourself a Google favorite!
For those of you that don’t know, Google Trends is a Google application that allows you to see which topics or keywords are “trending” in the Google search engines, or whatever topics or keywords are being typed in most frequently at that point in time.
If you are in need of some views on Triond, having a view booster every now and then is never a bad thing. Many people advise Article Writers to focus on renewable and “evergreen” articles. However, if you’re not finding any success whatsoever a trending article can really make your profile zoom up on the Google Search Engine.
First, go to www.google.com/trends. Upon arriving there you should find a page that looks like this:
As you can see in the “Hot Searches” list, there are 10 topics for you to choose from. If you know something about those people or topics, write about it! It’s bound to receive views sooner or later.
As a testimonial, I tried writing a miniature guide about a game called: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. This game was released on November 11, 2011, and the topic “Skyrim” was trending EXTREMELY well (I think in the Top 3 range!). Upon release of my article, my views zoomed to an amazing amount. Below are my stats for this article:
As you can see, this article was only released only 13 days ago (from the date this article was published). But in that two week period I managed to get $6, and almost 3000 views!
I mean, quite honestly the guide isn’t even that good. It’s barely a page long, has a Youtube video as a guide, and has only 3 steps on it. But it’s my most successful article this month.
Yes, there is unfortunately.
Sometimes, the trending topic is an event, probably about some celebrity or a natural disaster. When you post that article there’s a chance you’ll receive a staggering amount of views, maybe even surpassing the 1000 view mark in one day (even more if you’re shared all over the social media). However, after a month your views WILL drop. Just like how that event was relevant for that time period, your article will become irrelevant later in history.
Remember when Charlie Sheen made that whole “Winning!” and “Tiger blood!” statements that caused a huge comedic upsurge on the net? And then nowadays no one is even thinking about Charlie Sheen? Even remotely?
That’s how your article is going to be.
So Decide if you want a linear growth in your profile or an exponential growth.
Evergreen, or Hot Topics.