Yes I do have it too Currently having 4 different blogger sites and they are great. Love the adsense thingy, setting everythnig but just that we need to keep it alive to make the traffic coming.
Unlike HP, we got 'free' promotion
I too use Blogger and love it. I use Hubpages and Blogger hand in hand.
As of now I have 68 blogs created with blogger. This is how I usually use it.
I'll write a Hub about a specific topic and then I'll create a blog or several blogs about the same topic BUT I will write about a different aspect of the topic. I then use the link capsule to connect those blogs to the Hub and I link the Hub to the blogs.
I'm a true Hubber but I feel creating blogs is just as easy as Hubpages.
I like to write at Hubpages because I earn revenue with Adsense and Kontera. I like to write/create blogs to earn revenue with Adsense, Infolinks and Chitika. Blogs are great because you don't have to split the revenue with blogger. Yes, it is a bit harder but over time it becomes easy with practice.
Everything I've learned here at Hubpages I put to practice with blogger and that is why I promote my Hubpages referral link on all of my blogs and I link many of my blogs to Hubpages.
I also create backlinks to my blogs just like I do with for my Hubs. I use dozens of revenue sharing websites to create backlinks to my blogs.
How well does Chitika work on blogger for you? Are you making decent cash? Do you think it would be useful for someone with only 2 blogs?
Nice to hear from you. In the past two months I've added a Chitika ad at the bottom of each of my hubs. I had to conquer it once for all. Chitika shows me my monthly earnings. For some reason it doesn't calculate the revenue until the month is over. I'm still learning but worth it.
Last month I earned $0.37. But the way I look at it is I'm writing/creating the blogs anyway so why not place an ad at the bottom. Eventually I will start to place Chitika ads on top or the middle but I wanted to see if anything would come of it if I placed an ad at the bottom.
I understand many people earn revenue in so many different ways. What works for me is Adsense, Kontera, Infolinks and Chitika. I'm going to start placing Amazon ads on my Hubs and blogs real soon if I feel they fit.
This is why I prefer writing for hubpages - you aren't stuck writing on one specific topic, there's no worry about coding or too much promotion and it's all easier.
Followers and comments will increase the 'alive' feel of your blog. However many site owners find that 'regular' readers become immune to adverts so it is new traffic that makes the money.
Unlike hubpages your own blog takes lots of time and work, including backlinking and promotion, to work. You also need good keywords.
I checked out blogger a while back and found it to be 90% Hardcore Christian blogs. Weird! I thought I was visiting Roman's compound!
by Michelle Cesare6 years ago
Hello all,I've been tweaking my Hubs because a Hubber gave me a suggestion and while I was tweaking all of my Hubs I noticed Chitika ads on many of my Hubs.Does anyone know when or if Hubpages will ever split the...
by Brianna5 years ago
I have tried a few but they are either too difficult to understand how to get started, or just plain not as good as Hubpages.
by DasEngel16 months ago
So, quite recently some hubbers declared that they might venture out to create their independent, 100% 'all cash goes to the author's pocket' blogs using Blogger or WordPress. I just figured out, after checking...
by Has_aWayWithWords6 years ago
I set up a blog on blogger, the only adsense ads that show up are crap about blogs...I am not trying to get people to build a blog or learn to blog or visit blogs about obama....dammit I just want to get people...
by HrtsMakeFamilies7 years ago
I'm curious if anyone actually makes money on their hubs. How long did it take for you to make some? Is it a good side income?
by kerryg7 years ago
So far I've mostly been relying on writing good content and trusting people to find it, but after a spike this summer, my traffic here at HP has collapsed to some rather depressing levels, considering the number of hubs...
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