This question requires speculation.
We hope that Hubpages will be faring very well in two years time.
However, the answer to this question depends on who you ask.
People on this site have very different opinions on this matter, as you can see in the forums!
The answer partially depends on every person's account in hub pages.
Will people continue to write quality hubs or not?
It also depends on staff and management, and it also depends on changes with Google and also the laws about banning sites.
Can emerge as one of the credible content publishing platforms, if it can withstand the onslaught of Google and some minor issues are sorted out.
Get gobbled up by any powerful media house who has some extra $$$$ and looking for some acquisition.
It all depends on Google. Google decide who becomes popular and unpopular. It is up to the engineers who make the algorithms at Google. If they like Hubpages then they can do some mathematics in their favor. Google has all the power right now. If Google loses power in 2 years, then the rules will change too.
I am not partial to speculations. Let’s take each day as it is and continue writing useful and evergreen hubs. If all of us do this, then there is nothing to worry about. For me, speculating on something means we are worried for the future of a particular thing or event. Or maybe, we are afraid that a positive situation turns negative. Let’s hope that whatever search engine, who lords over the rest now or in the coming years, always favors HP.
move from strength to strength and up stage another top ranking site taking its place instead. you know what i mean.
The people will be here writing and reading, but the business aspect is the only unknown, as stated.
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