Do you post articles on InfoBarrel?
InfoBarrel is another option for posting articles and earning money. Do you post articles on InfoBarrel? How does InfoBarrel compare to HubPages?
I have posted 8 articles on InfoBarrel while I have also posted 49 articles on HubPages. HubPages outshines Infobarrel at this point.
You can post more pictures with slide shows. You have the Hubpages program to earn revenue in addition to Adsense, and you can wind up using Google Analytics faster to understand your strengths and weaknesses. You must post at least 10 articles on InfoBarrel in order to use Analytics. You can link with other HubPage articles without restriction. InfoBarrel is very limited - it's limited to 2 or 3 links.
If you are starting out, I would definitely recommend HubPages. If you become successful in developing a following, you might consider moving on to InfoBarrel. I am not trying to discourage you from InfoBarrel. I am only telling what I have found out objectively through experience.. InfoBarrel has been around for awhile and has a great following.
I have posted 2 Articles in InfoBarrel, but i didn't like its approach. The site is not user friendly and the whole process of posting an article is not as straight forward as in Hubpages. In my own opinion, Hubpages is better than InfoBarrel.
I most certainly use Info Barrel - and I love that place too.
In my opinion, Info Barrel is the best site out there for making money with Adsense.
I would love to know why you think so highly of InfoBarrel. It isn't that I dislike InfoBarrel, but it has been more difficult to make any money there for me. I have made some but HubPages in terms of percentage return has been much better. Secrets?
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by Buddzzz 7 years ago
I went back to info barrel and I deleted the article, that way I can keep the hubpages one.I submitted it for publishing but I wanted to let Hubpages know that I have removed the other one at infobarrel, that is why I have not changed any content.
by Steve Andrews 5 years ago
People have suggested I join Infobarrel so I did. I unpublished and deleted a hub here about La Guancha in Tenerife and thought I would use it as my first InfoBarrel article. The first problem I ran into was it said I was using a keyword too much. The keyword was roses and I was saying that there...
by Kate Swanson 6 years ago
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by Laura 3 years ago
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by David 470 7 years ago
I have recently started writing on infobarrel. I admire their 75% adsense and the interface is decent.How well does the site rank in terms of the search engines?
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