HubPages Green Flies, Part 2
HubPages Green Flies
Part 1 of our discussion of HubPages hangers-on provided profiles of several sites making a living from HubPages content and traffic. We continue with several sites that probably do not yet exist, but certainly deserve cyberspace consideration.
SnubPages.com offers many of the same services and features of HubPages.com. Aspiring writers publish screeds addressing virtually any pseudo-interesting topic. Google ads appear on the pages. Comments accumulate in comment widgets. Readers become enraged or bored. However, SnubPages.com rewards authors based on lack of traffic. Income accumulates inversely to readers. A page visit lasting .01 seconds pays better than an hour-long peruse.
You may ask yourself: "How can this work?". The answer is simple. When a web browser leaves a SnubPages page, it obviously loads a new page somewhere else on the Internet. Income is automatically diverted from the new page back to the SnubPages author. In effect, SnubPages writers provide hits to other web sites and are compensated accordingly.
FlubPages.net provides authoring tools for aspiring Internet Millionaires and writers. By design, none of the capsule tools support any editing whatsoever. No typos or spelling errors can be corrected. This technology provides fascinating insights into the extemporaneous literary abilities of Joe Lunchbucket and Tammy Twofinger as they struggle with dangling participles and proper tenses. Wheat from chaff is rapidly separated as frustrated literary giants fall by the wayside. Visit FlubPages.net frequently: today's amateur Hemingway may be tomorrow's fry cook.
Given that the Internet suffers from a lack of emotion, HubRages.com fills this literary void. The site accepts only pointless ravings of anonymous bloggers living in parent's basements. Writers may not use real names. Rather, the site assigns random handles and avatars derived from popular anime webisodes and reruns of The View. Visitors to the site thrill to never-ending volumes of uninformed political rants interspersed with partisan political rants and peppered with home-based business political rants.
Many parts of the world have lawns. Billions of dollars are spent annually on fertilizers, pesticides, mowing, trimming, seeding, watering, raking, aerating, and cute little gnomes. Unfortunately, yard denizens are woefully under-served in cyberspace. Yard-based creatures starve for Internet content. GrubPages.com offers writing and resources for every little critter inhabiting the greenspace between the front porch and the sidewalk. GrubPages.com categories include:
- Weasel Technology
- Grub Gender and Relationships
- Raccoon Art and Design
- Worm Food and Cooking
- Dandelion Religion and Philosophy
- Turf Fescue Politics and Social Issues
- Swing Set Family and Parenting
- Rosebush Entertainment and Media
- Ladybug Home
- Lawnmower Books, Literature, and Writing
- Thistle Personal Finance
- GrubPages Tutorial and Community
- Dive-bombing Birds Autos
- Hummingbird Games, Toys, and Hobbies
- Feral Cat Holidays and Celebrations
Join the GrubPages online community today. Outdoor creatures await your online contribution.
Visit StubHubPages.com for tickets to exclusive Hub events. Hub raves and hub tea parties often sell out quickly: this site provides a much-needed secondary market for highly sought after ducats. Learn the secrets of megHubbers by observing them in their natural habitats. Nothing compares to the thrill of watching nicomp generate a 10-part series on pomegranates. Sit by in quiet amazement as ryankett scours the Internet for more shockingly amusing football quotes. Try to follow the thought process of Uninvited Writer as she pounds out thousands of sentences complete with matching verbs and nouns.
Beware: many ticket scalpers make a comfortable living from counterfeit tickets. Don't fall prey to their scams. Always check the background of your Hub Tickets source before making a purchase.
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