What are some other good sites to write on now that Hubpages is more like twitter or FB?
On the for-real side, I don't think there is a better place to write than HubPages. But, to each his own.
Triond,com is a good site. I like it and it publishes your articles to different sites. You may have articles on 7 or 8 different article sites.... I like it.
Squidoo is another place that you can write articles at but Hubpages does a much better job in my mind of creating a strong community, hence I prefer writing here.
Guess if you don't like it at Hubs you can always review these other platforms.
You can write on those platforms and see if they work out for you.
You know why i don't even use those anymore? I found Hubpages. If you can't find it here,you won't find it anywhere else.Take a short lesson from me before you start exploring these alternatives.
He is richest who is content with the least, for content is the wealth of nature.-Sesshoumaru2st
This is still the best site for online publishing, they've just added new social features is all.
Join info barrel if you are more interested in writing and earning.
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