It really comes down to your personal preference. Some folks prefer to focus, others prefer to specialize in just two or three areas, and some publish on all sorts of things. We've seen all of these approaches succeed- what matters most is that the Hubs you publish, regardless of their focus, are of high quality.
by Marina11 months ago
Check out today's blog post to learn about our multi-domains strategy for 2016, including the launch of two new sites (TatRing and PetHelpful) starting next week!
by Sakina Nasir4 months ago
I do not understand the method of sending hubs to a niche site. How does it work? I tried sending my 1st hub to Bellatory.com but they rejected it, saying I had to make changes. It was silly on my part though, I had no...
by Kylyssa Shay13 months ago
The blog post made it clear you're interested mostly in brand new hubs for the niche sites. If you release a list of topics you'll be making niche sites for, we can write new hubs on those topics.You'll have to do so...
by Nancy Mitchell2 months ago
I know very little about SEO. If you have hubs on niche sites, is it still important to have a knowledge of SEO? I get little love from Goggle.
by Scott Bateman5 months ago
I have been pleased with the audience and revenue for my articles on HubPages since joining the site some years ago.I commend the company for creating the successful niche sites at a time when similar sites were...
by Sally Gulbrandsen12 months ago
Are Amazon and E-Bay Ads no longer permissible on the new Niche Sites, I have not seen any and I keep on hearing that Ads have been snipped from Hubs before articles were moved. If so, is the pay...
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