Wouldn't it make more since to just write for the higher earning one, as earnings are based on traffic? I feel like it's harder to garner a following if you split your content in half. Does anyone have any experience with this, or made any significant earnings?
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very well explained - and I have done this taken profitable hubs and created blogs or niche sites with them.
Thank you Christin S. Yes I love HP for that, and how you can determine the competition in a niche from a single hub. No money lost and it's like creating a savings account for the future.
There still enlies the question of splitting content. Operating a blog as well as maintaining your profile on HP would require you to produce double the original content. I don't see how it's viable.
because each backlink each other and boost rankings for both. You create complementary content and each support the other. This is how I make my living - it works.
Complimentary content is still twice the content. I get using HubPages as a referral tool, but at some point, why not just provide one site with a ton of content for readers to keep visiting you. That way you capitalize by having them view your ads.
more content = more pages for ads to appear on. More sites means more money. Yes it's hard work, but it pays more to be on more than one site. I know this from my experience. Perhaps yours will differ, but many build niche sites with hubs.
In that case, why not build a separate site for every article you post, clutter them with ads, and backlink them all together? Sounds like the quickest way to the bank to me!
that's not what I suggested - you asked a question and I answered it from my experience and what works for me, I thought it would be helpful - I guess not.