I am considering moving some of my more popular Hubs to a new blog I am building which focuses on the WiFi hotspot niche I have a lot of experience in. What does everyone else think?
If the Hubs are on the same subject as the blog, then yes I would do it. In the long term, your blog is likely to perform better because it's specialised.
Do some research on how to build an email list, create a newsletter etc so you can start to build a following, and give some thought to how you could earn money by marketing to your following.
Well I already have Adsense on the blog and have been making sales through Amazon associates. I just need more content, as you suggest I think it will perform better if all the content is on one topic, my HP account is a mix of different subjects so that's why I feel the articles which do well here might do even better on the blog.
Sure and why not? you can provide your hub as a link in your other blogs. I have done this in the past.
Less chance of earning money on a brand new blog than you have here on HP.
The blog is about six months old and gets about 30 visits a day with only 3 posts, I'm thinking if I more all related articles there (10,000 words plus of content) it should start to get more views, even if I get fewer views I will still get 100% of revenue generated rather than just 60% like I get here.
I agree with Sue Adams - In fact, if I were going to move anything to a blog, it would be the lower performing hubs. That way you're not risking much. It should not be too hard to write new articles on the same topic as your popular hubs to put on your blog.
Lately I've been going in the opposite direction - re-working a bunch of stuff that I had posted at another site (I won't mention any names... let's just say it starts with "B," hahaha) and turning them into Hubs.
Oh I wouldn't put any decent content on that site!!!!! Not for $0.0001 a view view or whatever it is now!
Oh, believe me, I know...haha. I had to jump thru so many frickin hoops to claim my first and only "redemption" there that I said "screw this place, it ain't worth it," and took down all my posts.
In recent months it's become even more obvious that they'd hit the iceberg and were going down, so I am very glad that I jumped off that Titanic ahead of the rush...haha
by vespawoolf 6 years ago
What makes a hub popular? Which topics tend to be the most popular?
by Ultimate Hubber 9 years ago
Here on Hub Pages I am continuously reading threads about Google loving hubpages hubs. But I have a different experience as new blog-posts performing better than hubs.I wanted to know if there is anyone else here whose blog-post perform better than hubs in terms of generating organic traffic?
by aniketgore 9 years ago
I have some hubs not getting traffic at all. I tried to change there name still no use. Should i delete those hubs?
by LennyP 6 years ago
Does your activity help each of your hubs perform better?Do the links from commenting, forum posting, posting hubs, answering questions, and everything else you do help each hub you publish rank more easily. All else being equal, not counting any other link building, ora quality issues, does a hub...
by John Hansen 2 years ago
When you go to the "Explore: Hubs" page it automatically defaults to "Popular Hubs". The same five or so always seem to appear including; "Five ways to Tell if Your Car Battery is Dying", "The Military Diet" etc, which are fine, but one that turns my stomach...
by Ray 2 years ago
Curious: Do you have multiple accounts, because your profile shows 68 hubs. I took a lot of mine and moved them. I let what I have left sit til it goes idle then I take remove it. I have over 80 articles, new ones, that are not published here, but elsewhere. Earnings are less than 2 bucks a month....
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