Do you blog about your hubpages?
So many of us blog. I just wonder how many actually promote their hubpages on their blog(s). I've given it serious thought as I'm getting ready to start my "30 hubs in 30 days" challenge. I would be nice to be able to reflect on how the challenge is going and what it's doing for my stats.
I would love to do that. How to do it? I am already on blogger.com.
I haven't used blogger.com. Is there money to be made over there?
So far, no, I have not earned anything, but you get satisfaction as a writer, by writing your views on anything and everything, without any edits, and yes people's appreciation as well.
I have not gotten the blogging down yet perhaps one day I will! If you start let me know how it goes!
I sometimes post a link to few of my hubs on my personal blog.
Yes I do blog regularly and have an RSS feed on the sidebar of my personal blog that updates when I post new hubs. I'm not sure how much traffic it brings, but a little at least! Blogging is a good idea because it helps get you in the mood to write regularly.
Well the decision is made. I'll build my blog today and start adding content. This could be fun!
I just wrote a hub about blogging platforms and the difference between blogger and wordpress. Thanks for the inspiration!
I've posted links to some of my hubs on my two blogs, but I'm actually posting those links more on my three Facebook pages and assorted FB lists as appropriate to the topic
I'm doing the FB thing also. I haven't seen any traffic from it yet, but it's only been a week.
I actually won a Hubnuggets award due, in part, to input from FB lists. Over 2000 looks
by erinshelby 2 years ago
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