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Which other sites do you write for? Can you list them?
On a scale of 1-10 how would you rate those sites for 1. Ease in generating traffic to hubs, 2. Ease of working with the tools provided, 3. Community interaction, 4. Earnings.
I'm glad you posted this question, Rajan! I will be interested in reading the answers. I know many other writers here publish on multiple sites. Thanks for letting me listen in!
Actually none. For the last 14 months I am wrting two Engineering books one for
Automotive engineering and one for Environmental protection.
I joined hubpages 2 years ago just to learn something about writing and it became hobby to me. Some times I enjoy writing here though I have very litle time.
As you wrote I also find hubpages a nice community to be member.
I've had old articles at blogspot and wordpress. But nothing beats this interactive and dynamic site. Maybe the reason I switched to Hubpages is because I can see real-time feed back for articles. That way, you become a better writer. Plus, you get to learn a lot from fellow hubbers like you.
Thank you very much for asking this very interesting question.
Redgage.com so far had been the best and it has doubled my traffic to hubpages. I rate them a 9 out of 10. -1 For website glitches.
squidoo is definitely a good place you can try if you like writing on hubpages. the money is less tho
I have on India study channel and blogspot earlier but since long not visited these sitesI do not know what happened to them after I joined Hubpages
by hubpagesbd5 years ago
When a person new in the hubpages, nobody follow him. now question is why people not follow him.
by Jennifer4 years ago
If you had to choose from being able to only read books, or only write, which would it be?I don't want to leave my answer yet, because I am interested in reading what you all have to say first!
by cupid517 years ago
Can I post an article to ezinearticles which I have already published in hubpages?
by CBM19876 years ago
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I am just getting started here and am really liking it. I hope it pays off eventually.I write for examiner.com and have a shop on etsy.com.my hope is that all these sites and others I add will make me $3000 a month. It...
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