HubPages, by far. (but then, I am not writing on Squidoo).
I wrote for Squidoo sometime back. I feel HubPages flairs better than Squidoo in term of earning and traffic. Also, not to forget that hubs get indexed by search engines faster than lens.
I'm doing great with both sites. It sure beats having a day job.
I wrote for Squidoo and I like Hubpages better. Their ranking system makes it difficult for niche articles to make money.
Squidoo is more powerful as far as page rank and visitors for good articles
I started at Squidoo then moved to HubPages. I have not done a whole lot with either one, just maybe a dozen articles. In my experience Squidoo ranks well.
Right now, I'm doing better with Squidoo...my hubs get a little life every month or two, and then drop out of sight, again.
I like both. It depends on what I'm promoting. Squidoo has modules and features I can use to promote certain types of products. Their iTunes model makes it easy to promote music.
Hubpages is well set up for exposure. Every new hub that's created gets initial visibility from the Hubpages feed on the homepage. Plus, forums are active. Questions get answered.
The interactivity in Hubpages is more prevalent. So it's a great way to get some initial traffic while you're working on ranking.
If you can find a way to optimize the use of both Hubpages and Squidoo together, you might find a winning formula that works.
by Joseph Mitchell 5 years ago
What exactly do they mean when they say that, "again, links to well known resources like Wikipedia, news sites, will not be held to this same standard." When, or if, are we allowed to use more than two links to the same domain? Also, are they talking sub-domain or domain? Like, what is...
by James 3 years ago
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by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
What is the benefit of having more than 1 account on Hubpages?
by Bronwen Scott-Branagan 6 years ago
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by Missing Link 3 months ago
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