To Hub or to Blog or to Hybridize! Which is best?
I have a Blog that I started a while back, with about 20 posts with another 30+ to clean up and post. The purpose of the Blog is to provide helpful information for RV owners on how to maintain and repair their RV. Now that I have discovered Hubs, should I just continue my Blog posts separately, or should I start converting my information into Hub Pages, and send them to my Blog?
Keep doing both and expand your reach. You can add a link to your blog in your profile and also use your blog to link to individual hubs. The benefit of HubPages is their added authority with Google helps you get ranked a little faster and maybe higher in the results.
by Aya Katz7 years ago
The ad said: "Reason # 2 to Hub: Get paid to blog." I'm not sure what that means, but it seems as if it might mislead people about the difference between a hub and a blog.
by Melanie Palen6 years ago
hub:/hub/Non-Destructive-TestingJust wondering like if there's anything I can do as a user to "hop" older hubs or something. I often come across hubbers with extremely low hub scores (like 1 or 5) and I was...
by MUKESH MAKHIJA4 years ago
Now obviously, this will have Indian names, so why is the quality feature always come, I have taken care of most things, Why, cannot Hub pages be more direct and say , this is not correct and please correct it ? Also...
by Abantika6 months ago
I am new to Hub Pages, so what do I do so that people visit my hub too?I am new here, so need your help
by bob7118 years ago
<snipped personal information>Folks:Bob711I am 100% blind.I use XP Home, JAWS for my verbal screen reader, Dragon naturally speaking and J-SAY to couple them all together so I can dictate and give any command...
by Audrey Hunt2 years ago
How do I delete a hub?
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