Good morning friends! I have some important news today. After thorough discussion, the Team has decided to pause work on the niche sites in order to create a fully-branded anal hygiene site on account of the fact that some of our highest traffic Hubs are about subjects like shaving your butt, getting rid of butt acne, etc. Because of the lack of substantial competition, we believe we can become the most authoritative online resource on posterior hygiene and grooming and have decided to hire a full team of designers and brand consultants to that end. Work on other niche sites will be discontinued until further notice.
This is hysterical - truly hysterical. Especially since its probably pretty true about 'butt traffic' in here; and a butt-specific site like that probably would do well, LoL! Great sense of humor, HP!!
I was just thinking about a good idea for a niche site and was going to create a separate topic, but what the heck... In here seems like as good a place as any. If this is already in the plans - woot!
What about a niche site solely about contraversial topics? You could call it blatantarguments.com or something silly, ha! I have something like the Huffington Post site in my head - except, of course, all the content is written by hubbers.
HP is infamous for piles of ramblings on all kinds of controversial topics - and yeah, the majority of them are bad. However, some of them are really interesting. I remember reading a hub about a year ago that went into detail about why we don't need money or an economy - that didn't sound like too-insane of a rant.
Bahaha, that was so funny. I too did a double take. Oh..and I'm looking forward to a new health and fitness niche site if it comes with instructions how to build a new bottom like that April 1st tooshy up there lol. Thanks for the giggle x ^-^
Google AdSense Host API
We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.
Conversion Tracking Pixels
We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.
Author Google Analytics
Amazon Tracking Pixel