Which one is better for niche articles: a blog or hubpages? Why?
It really depends on many factors. Is your blog more successful then your Hubpage profile? If you are getting more traffic to your blog, then write your niche articles on your blog. If you get more traffic to your Hubpages, write your niche articles on hubpages!
If you examine your purpose why you want to start and run a blog or post articles on hubpages, it's basically similar. The difference may be on how your posts will appear organized and easily presented to your target readers as compared to hubs. But both platforms are great to provide relevant information to your niche's products or services.
by Missing Link10 days ago
I'm thinking the answer is probably yes?If you have hubs that have been deemed "not featured", for one reason or another, will that factor into lowering your overall score/rating as a HubPages member? ...
by Tessa Schlesinger4 weeks ago
Long time ago, we could put our hubs into categories. I can't find anything for that anymore.Can I write a hub that briefly details my ideas about business and capitalism and then link it to all my hubs in that...
by Elisabeth Meier13 months ago
Hi fellow writers,Yesterday I recognized that the homepage of HubPages has a new design and in the mid of this I discovered a fellow writer with the most earnings here at HubPages. He's a member since 7 years, has...
by Sherry Hewins13 months ago
Almost without fail, when a hub of mine is moved to a niche site, the views increase. I suppose this makes sense; HP created the niche sites to escape from that "content-farm" label that Google had put them...
by Oyewole Folarin6 weeks ago
An editor reviewed this particular hub and decided that due to the fact that it has been extensively covered they could not get it on Toughnickel. To my surprise I found it doing well on the main site - HubPages.
by Erick Hernandez6 months ago
I have four articles that are on niche sites, but they rarely get any daily views. How can this be?
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