Do you need to own a website in order to make money on hubpages?
Or can money be generated from the hub articles written on hubpages?
No. All you need is your profile url and this website (hubpages) before you can sign up for google adsense, amazon associates and the rest.
More people are going off the idea of a website as Blogs and hubs are known to make more money. When you write on hubs the main layout is already there and they make it easy for you to link your articles to other networks. But with your own website not only do you need to keep on writing your articles but you have to constantly update your website and submit links everywhere to be in with a chance of google recognizing you.
You don't need your own website to earn $$ on hub pages, even though it'd undoubtedly increase your revenue if you did. Just create a ton of backlinks from your other blogs, your social media such as Twitter, Facebook, Stumble Upon...etc. If you own a website, it'll help drive traffic to your hub, but you can easily do this through other means as mentioned earlier.
Thank you. Marketingskeptic. I appreciate all the answers from the other hubbers also.
I have a website because you can use hub page to get back link to your site. And it is also important when you write about a product to attract people to your site and then in your site, you can show them more and might convert them into sale
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