Wordpress.com is not a practical choice for Hubbers who are seeking to earn an income from their blog, because you cannot use any form of advertising on the free version (whereas you can on Blogger).
Wordpress.com is a good choice for those seeking to raise their profile, because it does have a community of bloggers - whereas Blogspot bloggers don't tend to network much.
Personally I think that for the serious blogger who hates dealing with technical matters, the Premium version of Wordpress.com is good value (and you can use advertising on it). However, buying hosting and creating your own blog with Wordpress.org software is cheaper, if you can handle the technical side.
by Tanya Jones3 years ago
When you log into HP for the first time in a day, what do you look for first? Stats, comments, other posts, what?I look at the comments next to my userpic so that if I am able I can reply to that first. Then I look at...
by Janis Leslie Evans4 years ago
I can't stress enough the importance of checking your hubs weekly for any needed editing. Since the change in ad size, formatting and attractiveness of your hub may have changed. The products advertised seem to change...
by Stclairjack6 years ago
was just wondering what the eranings potential would be for add placement on the forms pages.i'm no brain on how any of this works, but it was a bizar question that popped into my head.the revnue generated could aply to...
by yoshi978 years ago
Would anyone be interested in a hub on creating Wordpress blogs? I'd be happy to oblige, but before I throw in the time I'd like to see if the need truly exists.I figured I go into how to get your blog started, useful...
by Don Bobbitt7 months ago
It looks like a fourth of my feed lately is comprised of new people wanting the rest of us to tell them how to write. All day I get request after request for help on passing the Quality Assessment. I mean Really? Many...
by Rochelle Frank4 months ago
When you check into HubPages, what do you look at first? Feed? Earnings? Forums? Other stuff?
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