If you you have seriously posted blogs on the Net and compare the process with posting hubs, you will see that HubPages is clearly the way to go.With hubs you do not have to submit your site to the blog directories. Oh, you didn't know that you need to submit blogs to blog directories?
HubPages are indexed by the major search engines for free (provided your content is original and provides good information). HubPages are vastly superior to blogging. Don't take my word for it, check it out for yourself.
This is like saying Apples are better than Oranges.
You mean you are paying Google to index your blog?
Seeing as you've only been here five days and published one hub, I'm not taking your word for anything.
Hubpages have got it right, however If your own blog is set up correctly then each post should be indexed without any problem within a very short time, a few minutes sometimes, of being posted.
Lately I've noticed some peoples comments about me at their sites- referring to me as a "blogger", even though they are reading my "hubs". So I hadn't really thought about being considered a blogger but I guess I am.. I love HubPages and would rather "blog" here anyway......
The 2 are complementary - somethings work better on a blog - some make a better hub - you don't have to choose. And no you don't have to submit your blog to a blog directory either
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by Ipeoney 7 years ago
Like for example:http://blabla....com/blablabla ?
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