Publish article on hubpages or blogger blog??

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  1. kamran210 profile image60
    kamran210posted 12 years ago

    Publish article on hubpages or blogger blog??

    I have written a great post (atleast I think so tongue) now I am confused where to publish it here on hubpages or my new blog with PR0 ? main keywords of article are also there in blog title and url ....which one will rank high in Google I am only looking for organic traffic ...
    Please answer with reasons so that everyone can benefit from your answer?

  2. mechanicaldesign profile image60
    mechanicaldesignposted 12 years ago

    Interesting question. I think you have post your article in your hubpage account and it gives more Weightage rather than blog. Blog spot is also best.

  3. Stacie L profile image86
    Stacie Lposted 12 years ago

    If it is a post of the typical 100 words or less, then post it on the blog. You need to write quality 400 minimum word hubs with photos, video or links to make it more interesting for the reader, on Hubpages. If you do choose to write a longer hub you can link to a post in the blog and get more readers to your blog and vice versa.

  4. danfresnourban profile image61
    danfresnourbanposted 12 years ago

    I assure you that the article will show up higher on Google search if you post it on Hub Pages. I have a blog that gets about 30,000 page views a month, but my hubs with similar key words rank higher.

    Occasionally you will find a post or an article that says that you should not post on a third party site like Hub Pages. I could not disagree more. I would agree that you should not post all of your content on a single site. However Hub Pages can drive traffic to your site and raise your page rank as well.

    Good luck.

    I just noticed Stacie L's brilliant answer. There is a reason she has a Hubber rating of 96, she is completely correct. I would even say that if the post is less than 750 words, I would post it on your blog. Longer articles do better on Hub Pages.

  5. Jon Hunt profile image61
    Jon Huntposted 12 years ago

    I usually do both, but that's because I'm a rebel (apparently). Seriously, though you won't get in trouble if you do both.

  6. Kiwiwi profile image39
    Kiwiwiposted 12 years ago

    Well the third option is to run your own ship.Get a cheap hosting with a domain, install wordpress and there you go 100% self owned personal blog, which you can use for any purpose you want.Also 100% profit stays in your pockter smile

  7. peterelmhirst profile image59
    peterelmhirstposted 12 years ago

    it really all depends if your blog is themed, and if you're going to stick with the blog. The immediate benefits of posting on hubpages are higher since it's a page rank 5 and will pass on some of it's google ranking power to your page whereas the blog doesn't have any yet to pass on.

    If you're going to stick with the blog however, or if it's more focused on a niche related to the post then the blog is better since the new content will help increase your own PR for long term purposes. Then with it you don't have to share the ad revenue (if that's your goal).

  8. TheWhisper profile image61
    TheWhisperposted 12 years ago

    My blog got more views than it did on hubpages in the past. But hubpages has also made more money than the blogs through clicks. Also, hubpages will be movving to subdomains soon so I'm sure that will boost traffic. Bottom Line- see how it goes on hubpages and you can always add it to your blog later, and refer readers to your blog smile.

  9. tamarindcandy profile image60
    tamarindcandyposted 12 years ago

    Jon Hunt: you can't do both or Hubpages will penalize you for duplicate content.

    Anyway, it all depends. There's content that's better suited to your own blog than on hubpages, and vice versa. Generally it may be easier to rank high on google with a hub than on your very own PR-0 blog, however, and hubpages does provide easy affiliate widgets. You could always do both - with different original content of course - and compare the traffic stats.

  10. vikassingal2002 profile image40
    vikassingal2002posted 12 years ago

    I would say for better response ..go for hub pages. Here traffic will be instant if you have got some followers you will reach a wide area of people quickly as compared to blogger...!!

  11. whoisbid profile image58
    whoisbidposted 12 years ago

    If you post an article first on your new blogger site then you won't get credit for it. If it is a good article then people will steal it and modify it and put it somewhere else. Google is not spending enough money to spider poor sites and they spend most of their time on the big powerful ones so there is a huge advantage posting on something with higher page rank because that is where they seem to be spidering most. Spidering costs money and so they won't be spidering a new site like crazy no matter how good it is. You will probably have to write several hundreds articles before they really start noticing you. This is a pity but it is just a fact of life. Right now Hubpages is PR6.  If you own your own website that has higher page rank than HubPages then post it on your own site and if not post it on Hubapges. As for a new blogger page. just make another rubbish poor quality version for blogger because even if you do something really good it won't get noticed properly for a long time (if at all) I have noticed that a lot of rubbish and poor quality material I have produced does really well on high PR sites and extremely good quality does not even get noticed on new sites. I wish you luck in whatever you are trying to do.

  12. Mamelody profile image62
    Mamelodyposted 12 years ago

    Honestly, I think it would be better if you put it on hubpages as you're likely to get more traffic to your article than your blog.  Blogs are great but they require too much time advertising as hubpages does that for you.  Besides you get a higher ranking through hubpages than through your blog.

  13. Pamela N Red profile image83
    Pamela N Redposted 12 years ago

    HubPages is for informative articles and Blogger is for personal blogs. I have both and sort them out accordingly.

  14. kamran210 profile image60
    kamran210posted 12 years ago

    Thankyou everyone for useful answers . after reading all your answers i have concluded that i will post most of my long posts with 1500 or more words here and short posts on my blog ..It will help me in hubpages and also helo me get some backlink and traffic to blog . Ocassionaly i will post on my blog as well .
    Thank you again


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