Does it pay to write articles on different sights (ie. Squidoo and Xomba) in addition to Hubpages?
yes, they are authority sites aswell. You might want to try google's knoll too
I write on all three of these sites. I'm actually most active on Squidoo, followed by Hubpages, then Xomba.
I would recommend writing on all these sites and more. They are great for backlinking purposes as well as traffic.
If you can write, intend to write a lot, and doesn't mind managing your own site, you'll earn more running your own blog.
As AKdude said, the sites you mentioned are good for backlinking and traffic, meaning it's still better to have your own site.
by Kangaroo_Jase 8 years ago
After two months on being here, finally got a full one Dollar day for all hubs from Adsense.The first month here, I made $0.07 on AdSense, my second month I made $2.87 on AdSense, bringing the total to $2.94.To put this into some kind of context, I have been on Squidoo for far longer and had around...
by anish92 5 years ago
There are possibly a hundred odd revenue sharing sites but is it even worthwhile to go through them if you write for all or some of the following?1. Hubapges2. Infobarrel3. Squidoo4. Bukisa5. Xomba
by Barbara Badder 7 years ago
You need to read these negative comments about Hubpages. If you are a member of Xomba, please comment on his article.http://www.xomba.com/dangers_content_farms
by Syed Hunbbel Meer 7 years ago
I always thought that Xomba is a back-linking website, in which we can write articles, and bookmark stuffs. (POINT TO BE NOTED HERE, BY BOOKMARKING, I THOUGHT WE CAN BOOKMARK OUR ARTICLES, like that of hubpages and blogposts etc, AND MAKE A 100 WORD SUMMARY TO CREATE A BACKLINK)Am I wrong till...
by dabeaner 8 years ago
What good is Xomba since links to your blogs/sites/HubPages,,, in your articles are "nofollow"?
by simeonvisser 7 years ago
I just joined Xomba.com and I've submitted a few bookmarks but then I realized that their posting rules say 'Bookmarks may not be created solely to link to your content from other sites. A link to your other work as part of a signature at the end of an article is acceptable.'. I'll just see whether...
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