Would you use HubPages or Ezinearticles as the anchor for a 50 article marketing campaign?
No, because no one would read something that long. Marketing needs to be short and sweet in an attention-deprived world. Consider summing up those 50 pages into 5 words, and it could work.
When you mean anchor, do you mean would you send all your article traffic to Ezinearticles or HubPages? I would say if you are going to do that, then also send the traffic to your own domain. That way, if something happens to acounts you can't control, you will also still have a link going to a site you do control.
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Can I post an article to ezinearticles which I have already published in hubpages?
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