If you left HubPages what would you do with your hubs?
Please note that I am not asking if traffic to your hubs is decreasing, or for your reasons as to why not to leave HubPages, or for methods of increasing traffic - I would please simply like to know what you may do with your hubs if you ceased to be active on HubPages - for eg would you remove all your hubs? (and then put them where?, and why would you put them there?) or would you leave some on HubPages and just remove the rest? How will you decide which ones to leave on HubPages and which ones to remove (if not removing them all.)?
I have a couple of websites. The ones that would fit, I would move to those. The rest I would publish on either Squidoo or Infobarrel. Those two sites don't earn as much money as Hubpages does though. Some hubbers might disagree, but that is my experience.
I would combine related hubs, turn them into ebooks and publish them on the Amazon Kindle platform. And I would consider doing this with hubs that get a lot of traffic because I already know that people are interested in the content. I've actually debated doing this but haven['t gotten up the nerve yet. Those high traffic hubs are earning me money through the Ad Program and, right now, I don't know if moving them to the KDP would be the smart thing to do.
That's a great idea - good luck with your decision!
Thanks, Teresa. I need to experiment a little more before I take the plunge so I'll create some ebooks and sell them before deciding to convert the hubs. I have 3 crochet patterns in the Kindle Store, but they aren't selling all that well.
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