Which is better HubPages or ExpertsColumn??
HubPages have thousand of users but they hardly get traffic from search engines.....
ExpertsColumn is new to business but they do lot more to create back links, to increase page ranks of their users like us...???
Well, I say stay away from expertscolumn. They made me reword my article to be different when I submitted the same article I had posted here on narcissism. Then they posted one of my articles on some other website and put their name on top and my name on the very bottom, and as far as I know, I am not getting the money for the adsense traffic. Then they seem to have locked my account so that I cannot delete the articles. I sent them an email asking them to let my articles go. It would not be so bad if they had not told me I didn't know how to write very well. (I graduated summa cum laude and did a multitude of research papers and also published articles in publications!) I'm sticking to hubpages from now on.
by M. Halyard 10 years ago
Hello, my learned colleagues! I am new to this (posted a few hubs last night for the first time). I have been reading forums for several hours today, as well as a few interesting hubs (thank you, Mark Knowles), about blogging and creating links and adsense, and all kinds of intriguing stuff that I...
by Diaspora 3 weeks ago
I am not sure if people have noticed this but I have got few emails saying my content appears on the site named maji1. https://maji1.com/You can check out content of many hubpages writers appears here. And there are no credits, backlink, but pure copy and paste system being followed. What can be...
by James 4 years ago
Is it better to write for HubPages or Squidoo?Recently, I've heard a lot about Squidoo being possibly better than HubPages in many aspects. Which do you think is better to write for if you're looking for traffic and earnings?
by clark farley 7 years ago
while going through google buzz i found that my hubs are posted on a site called 68Articles.comdoes anyone know anything about this site? i did not post my hubs there nor did i give any permission to do so. in fact, i wasn't even aware of teh site.does anyone know how they would've gotten access to...
by Oyewole Folarin 11 months ago
An editor reviewed this particular hub and decided that due to the fact that it has been extensively covered they could not get it on Toughnickel. To my surprise I found it doing well on the main site - HubPages.
by Marie Gail Stratford 4 years ago
When I first started at HubPages, I wrote several Hubs of around 800 to 900 words. Now the goals for creating quality Hubs include 1250 or more words of content. I've noticed that some Hubbers seem to be padding their Hubs with irrelevant or superfluous content to hit these goals, and I admit it...
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