In my experience, there isn't much difference. Squidoo and hub both let you publish immediately, put in photos and videos, and add modules, the only thing I see different is Squidoo gives you Quests that increase your point level (and they have a point level).
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by Mark Ewbie 5 years ago
I earned a load of money by just writing stuff!It goes to show if you put the work in or lie through your teeth - you too can make money.If you want to know how I did it then send me some money or read my crap.I will change my profile picture to that of a young lady very soon.
by Glen 10 years ago
www.gather.com allows content for Mature Audiences.When publishing your article the second step is to choose which of your subscribed groups it is published to and whether or not it has adult content. This is what it says:There's tick boxes next to these...I've found Gather very handy to publish...
by P. Thorpe Christiansen 5 years ago
Squidoo has been recommended to me. Is there more money there... than here at Hubpages? The site looks kind of silly while Hubpages has a more dignified or classy look.
by Misha 9 years ago
I am scratching my head I have a page on Squidoo that gets some good traffic. In a range of 1000 views per day. At the same time, they pay me peanuts for it. My similar HP page that gets times less traffic brings me times more money! Go figure what they do with my money? So I realized I am giving...
by Taiwo Kareem 4 years ago
It is surprising how I never heard of Squidoo before until about a week before Hubpages and Squidoo merged. I checked a website about 20 sites that pays for blogging and writing articles. Squidoo was first, then Hubpages, ContentBLVD, Helium, Triond, About.com and the rest mentioned are aliens to me
by Trudy Cooper 2 years ago
Please tell me what the difference is between writing a blog and writing a HubPage? If any?
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