Its like squidoo, but the features are way greater. But compared to HP and Squidoo, traffics is not really good coz its just a new comer.. <link snipped>
It looks very interesting. They seem to have most things that writers would want. Payments from Adsense, Chitika, Amazon, etc. Payment via paypal, they allow backlinks and links in general. They look good as articles, with the writer's bio in the top right corner. I wonder what they look like in ipads, iphones, and other mobile devices? And then they are so new, so therefore not as known as others like Hub Pages. I wonder who created it...?
I've tried Zujava. It's not for me, but I can see it would appeal to many Hubbers because they are very strict on quality.
The reason it's not for me is that they're also very strict on links, although they don't say so in their information. If you're going to include a link in an article, it must be very closely related and it mustn't be selling anything.
For instance, I wrote a "leaf" about belly dance fan-veils and included a link to a site which sells fan-veils. That link was judged as too commercial and not adding value to the leaf, so the article was denied.
For me, the attraction of writing on a revenue-sharing site is two-fold: I can promote my own websites and earn an income at the same time. If I can't link to my own sites, then half my objective can't be realized and therefore it's not worth it for me.
Would they have allowed you to link to Amazon instead?
The jury is still out for me about that site. I have looked at over 400 'leaves' on the site and with the exception of 5 pages, they were all sales copy.
I have a couple of niche ideas that may work to dominate on the site, yet thats an unknown until I try it.
by Katherine Tyrrell 2 years ago
I don't suppose I'm the only person wondering what happens if the machinations - automated or otherwise - lead to HubPages having a much REDUCED income stream from Amazon.Make no mistake - as Google Adsense income dives (which it has been doing consistently for months) - income from Amazon modules...
by Fay Favored 4 years ago
Since I don't have an affiliate to Amazon or adsense why does the violation list that I have too many of these? What is the difference between the two?I thought that you could have one amazon link per 50 words. Some of my pages have over 1,000 words and only 4 amazon links, and it's...
by Liam Hallam 5 years ago
Having spent 18months on hp with some success I'm starting to see the logic in diversifying to other sitesWhere do others recommend? I've had a look at squidoo and find the sports content to be far weaker than hubpages. Any other suggestions for where to write sports and health+ fitness content?
by Ben Guinter 4 years ago
Can someone please explain this to me, as this hub was on HubPages for YEARS and saw a ton of traffic, but then I took it down... and only recently decided to bring it back, because I remember how helpful it was and how well it performed.The hub's purpose is to prove if Bodybuilding is really the...
by Michael J Rapp 6 years ago
I'd read a few people here mention that they write on other sites like Squidoo or Wizzley as well as HP. I'm curious about your philosophies as far as interlinking Hubs and Lenses, or other articles, and how to best build a network between several writing sites. I have a few different...
by Jule Romans 7 years ago
Hi all:I'm confused about the rule for linking to the same site across multiple hubs. I've read about it here, and in help.I have been adding some supplemental links to my hubs. If I link to the same "authoritative" site across more than ten hubs, will that be a problem?
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