How many hubbers have there own blogs?
Also what makes a good blog?
I tried blogging, it didn't suit me. One of the key things about a successful blog is that there must be a constant flow of new posts - several times a week. I found it too much of a struggle to come up with so much material. So it's important to pick a subject you can right lots and lots and lots about - after all you're going to be posting several times a week, possibly for years!
That's the other secret to a successful blog - the subject. Your blog has to be about something specific, not rambling all over the place. Your readers will come from search engines, so your blog has to be about something people are searching for, otherwise no one will find it.
I have a couple of websites instead.
by MercCipher 4 years ago
Hello,I have a question regarding blog topics. First off, my personal interests include video games and business since I am a business major in college. I know when it comes to blogging and writing articles here on Hubpages, you have to write about things you are passionate about. Well, I am...
by Stephanie Launiu 5 years ago
If you have a successful blog, please share how you started it, what's the subject matter, and how you keep it up. Also, any things a newbie should beware of. Thanks!
by Anthony Davis 4 years ago
Blog or Hubpages?I have started a blog that doesn't get any visits unless I promote it, and I have an idea for an article. Would it be better to post it on my new blog I'm trying to get started or on here?Opinions, comments...???
by LittleFairy 7 years ago
How many of you have blogs and are they affected by google's new algorithm? Is it worth it having a blog and how do you make time for it along with hubpages?
by Lalitha Prakash 5 years ago
From our blog, we will earn 100% from our ads whereas in HubPages, we have to share 40% of it with HubPages, but still people are coming and writing on HubPages. Why? What are the advantages or benefits?
by Trudy Cooper 2 years ago
Please tell me what the difference is between writing a blog and writing a HubPage? If any?
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