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Do you write for Google or the internal Hubpage community?


As I read through the Hubpage tutorials they pointed out it is best to write articles that are "Evergreen."However MANY of the articles I read on Hubpages are simple commentary seemingly directed toward their Hubpage followers. I am beginning to think this is a strategy toward making money on Hubpages. That creating a list of followers is more important than creating a list of "Evergreen" articles. So far I am traveling the "Evergreen path." Creating virtual writing Real estate that will pop up on Google forever. Which path are you following and why?

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Keith Abt (FatFreddysCat) says

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    Mark McClean 4 years ago

    I'll have to say it's much more enjoyable writing what you're interested in.


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Mary Craig (tillsontitan) says

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Laura Schneider says

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LetitiaFT says

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    Mark McClean 4 years ago

    Yea, some Hubpages having no discernible evergreen content have dozens, sometimes hundreds of comments. Maybe I'll weave in a few Hubpages "for sharing."

    The whole writing for Google thing kinda irks me but it is what it is.

    Thanks!


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