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Each article written on hubpages is like a seperate blog, do you agree?

  1. Pascale1973 profile image75
    Pascale1973posted 6 years ago

    Each article written on hubpages is like a seperate blog, do you agree?

    I decided to give blogger a try, I noticed that ads are only placed on the first post, so in order to maximize ads, the idea is to have adsense place an ad near each post (article) to do this one would have to create multiple blogs instead of keep posting to one blog.  I keep trying to cheat on hubpages but it seems like each article I write here equals to a single blog elsewhere not a post but a whole blog, do you agree.

  2. dipless profile image83
    diplessposted 6 years ago

    No I personally treat Hubpages like a magazine article, i find that you get a better response that way. Plus with all the capsules and other options it gives you a lot of flexibility. I know what you are trying to say. But hey are for you to write about a specific subject in detail and drive traffic to this article and,fingers cross, monetise the traffic you are getting. Well that's the idea anyway.

  3. FREEWORKING profile image60
    FREEWORKINGposted 6 years ago

    Not really. A profile on humpages is a combination of all the hubs under the profille. It is just like a page open in a blog and hub open in a profile on hubpages.

  4. Dr Moiz profile image65
    Dr Moizposted 6 years ago

    I agree, people can have freedom of speech here and individually talk about virtually anything over here.

  5. relache profile image88
    relacheposted 6 years ago

    HubPages is pretty clear that this is not a blog site and very short or overly personal content is unpublished by the moderators.

    http://hubpages.com/faq/#hub

  6. Jason Marovich profile image89
    Jason Marovichposted 6 years ago

    Yes, in one way.  If you let a blog sit idle it will become irrelevant to Google, in most cases.  Regularly updating a blog with new material will cause Google to take notice.  It's not proven yet, but it's a pretty good bet, that a singular hub that's updated regularly will outperform a singular hub that sits idle for a long period of time.  Sub-domains on HP that sit idle will generally see traffic fall off, too, very much like a blog will.

  7. Neil Horton profile image60
    Neil Hortonposted 6 years ago

    Hummmmmm.... in this question I would disagree. If each were a blog unto its own, each would have its own sub-domain.

  8. Insane Mundane profile image61
    Insane Mundaneposted 6 years ago

    Each article written on HubPages is not like a separate blog, as a blog generally consists of several entries, an archive, etc., and is often times, regularly updated.  However, I have seen some Hubs on here, mostly opinionated and/or debatable topics, that had such an ongoing, active comment field, that they almost seemed like a blog, if that's what ya mean.
    As for your blogging issue with AdSense and Blogger.com, you can quickly remedy that by visiting your Blogger Account's Dashboard.  From there, click on the 'Design' link, and you should be able to add up to a maximum of 3 Google Advert units - whether it is above the post, sidebar, below the post, etc.  You can choose from a variety of Ad sizes and formats, like Link Units or regular Ads, Skyscraper Ads, Leaderboard Banners, and so on.
    Hey, if you stick with it, you'll figure it out; good luck to ya!

  9. Marcy Goodfleisch profile image97
    Marcy Goodfleischposted 6 years ago

    Hi, Pascalev- I think the Hub venue is designed to be more like a mini-magazine, with a variety of general interest posts. That would mean taking out some of the all-about-me element usually seen in blogs. IMHO.

 
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