Hello fellow Hubbers!
I'm angsting over the prospect of another online blog aimed at my writing. Do you have one and is it very helpful as far as readership?
My flash fiction website was a total flop, but my main website does indeed generate income.
I have a couple of blogs but they aren't about writing. They are focused on niche topics. They do alright. One brings in regular earnings, the other a little adsense. I like them - they are my playgrounds.
I have a website about my writing but it's only a few pages, just an extended bio really. Other than that, a blog is useless unless it's about your specialist subject.
The best thing about a blog is you can use it to write on a regular basis.
Practice makes perfect.....
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