Hub Pages or Blogger which is better from revenue point of view
Is it better to write on hubpages or blogger from revenue point of view? I dont understand where to concentrate more, plz help
I've wrote on a blog before and it does nothing but sit in cyberspace. On hubpages, at least you have some type of traffic flow, even though it may be small, it's still better than nothing. It could be more as your hub ages and moves up thru the search engine.
Hubpages, it pays way better per view than blogger will ever pay out in adsense
If you are not getting enough traffic on your blog than switch over to hubpages. But bloggers make a lot more money by selling their ideas to companys. It also depends on SEO and other stuff.
But whatever makes more money for you go for it.
well thanks for that, but then hubpages take away a part of your revenue while in blogger if you get 400 dollars then it is yours completely? that's why i am a bit confused. i agree with @ranksg384- that atleast we have some traffic here on hub pages than on blogger.
If you have a particular subject that you can write a lot about, then Blogger is better.
If you want to write about many different subjects, then Blogger is a waste of time.
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