I know I have seen it before. But I've been looking for a complete list of the niches and I can't find it. Please help!
At the editorial page they list them on the right. Those are links to the site.
Tess wrote a Hub about the Niche sites that may be helpful.
https://hubpages.com/community/List-of- … work-Sites
That was the original posting. I think it is up-to-date.
Thanks so much Barbara and tsmog. I've found it by accident, but when I was looking for it, I couldn't find the whole list. They were older ones that were not up to date. I'm considering trying to move a few book reviews about books that have stood the test of time and stayed popular. Thanks again.
One niche site in that list had been changed. KindredBond is now WeHaveKids.
It would be handy if HP would add a brief explanation as to what each of these niche sites is for. Exemplore? Letterpile? Those names (and most of the others) don't tell me anything.
I agree. I had to go to each one and take the time to write them down. Took me a half hour. Great suggestion.
Here is a complete list and there estimated WORTH!
https://hubpages.com/community/List-of- … ated-Worth
The figures may not be correct, just like the writing itself! You wrote it?!
Your hub needs updating. Kindredbond has been changed to WeHaveKids.
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