I recently began importing articles from my blog to hubpages and placing 301 redirects on those pages to maintain my search rank.
Sadly, my ranking lowered on some pages, and I suspect this is because I have moved the content from a niche site to now a large site with all sorts of content.
I'd love to be able to use my own domain name on the hubpages framework in order to better develop my niche and brand.
Hmmmm, a subdomain perhaps...
Interesting idea. Maybe pay a one time or annual fee.
A branding would be innovative and could help attract some serious writers.
Very nice idea!
Yes, I agree. I totally want to be top of the market for my niche but I need hubpages to enable the framework to support.
The best is example is when I get calls from reporters. They want to check out my authenticity, and I really need that domain to help point people to my brand.
Think of it has my online brand powered by hubpages.
And not a subdomain, I'm talking about a real top level domain with content urls that are on that domain too.
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