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 Scott S Bateman 5 days 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 folding. My existing articles that moved to those sites have done even better than...
by Sherry Hewins 19 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 under. That seems unfair to me that an article would suffer simply because it was...
by Eric Dockett 4 years ago
This is long, so here's the bottom line: Basically, my problem is I want to build a site around the same topics and keywords I've done well with here on HP, but I don't want to do anything that would damage the work I've already posted here.I have a couple of niche HubPages accounts that do okay....
by Caren White 4 years ago
I looked at my hub scores today and cried. They have been falling steadily for two weeks from 70's & 80's to 60's and 70's with one 59. Today, one of my hubs has fallen to a 50. HP is sending me mixed signals. I am told to write in a niche that I am passionate about with...
by Oyewole Folarin 7 months 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 Victoria Van Ness 11 days ago
What's the point in keeping us from linking to our own work in our articles? That's how we increase traffic to our articles!
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