I like it here much more. I really enjoy the comments I receive on my work here, and I have found on blogger there is so much spam. I only have a few pages there but I receive a massive amount of spam comments each day. I probably should disable the comments but then I worry about page rank with popularity!
Both ! By writing articles at HubPages I get an excellent opportunity to use the publishing platform. Thereafter I provide the links to my Hub articles at blogspot to be Googled further for distribution. I get success in my mission.
I have both and for more personal topics I use Blogger. However, I love the community here at Hubpages and the help that is offered. People are kind here and are always giving wonderful feedback, which I can't say about ANY other site.
i like both but i get more traffic at hp compare to blogspot.
I like my own blog, but i pefer the page views that this site pulls in, it makes me feel as though my work is being seen by more people, and Im getting more exposure. I hope, in future to utilise both of the sites in a harmonious way, and build myself a wee online empire
I like HubPges more.
Like the tools when create some hub, word count, capsules, poll etc,
Statistics are also much better.
Here, there is a greater opportunity for readership and feedback. Blogspot can feel like you're writing in a vacuum.
I like writing for my blogs more than I do at HP. HP's making me slightly more money, however. With my blogs, I can write about topics that excite me. I'm not so concerned about what Google thinks of my stuff, I have made a lot of friends and collaborators via my blogs, and I have total control over the content and layout. HP's a community of writers, not readers so much, and that makes a difference, also. Not a negative difference, it's just ... different.
I have tried blogspot before but the traffic is pathetic because you have to work alone on building traffic. Here in HubPages, there is a community and the social interaction provides one source of ready traffic. HubPages is some sort like Facebook to me and more... meaning you socialize and make some pocket money at the same time.
I have not started using blogspot and would like to start using it but it seems more difficult than hubpages.
Sereseus, HubPages set up everything for us and you cannot change anything. In Blogspot, they give you a choice of templates, so that every blogspot looks different. I would say that Blogspot is easier to use than WordPress.
I like both. Since I am using both platform in writing article but in terms of traffic, I get more traffic in hubpages than in blogspot.
I use both of these. But I prefer Hubpages presently, because it gives me more views.
by TheRaptorClaw 10 years ago
Ok, so i really want to know how i can get more traffic to my hubs. I know i have to write a hub people want to read and yes i take part in the hub community but i am pretty new to this. What websites do you people use to attract traffic? Please help!
by Alex Rose 6 years ago
I log on every day, and it seems that I always find negative things popping up in the forums. I am sorry that so many people are struggling on HubPages. From SEO issues to having popular hubs unfeatured for a multitude of reasons, it seems very discouraging for any newcomers. When I first got here...
by Danteh 10 years ago
I read that when you reach 75, your hubs stop having the "nofollow" script and start appearing in Search Engines, hence allowing you to SEO and improve traffic and earnings, am I right?Other questions that I would be thankful if you answered them:-I have had adsense for about 1 month, and...
by Peg Cole 6 years ago
What do you like the most about writing articles on Hub Pages? The least?The Hub Pages community is changing daily with the influx of new members and new guidelines. What do you enjoy the most about the opportunity to write here and why?Are there things you would like to see change? Please explain...
by Haunty 11 years ago
I find that most of the comments on hp are either thanking or reassuring the writer. I think hubbers believe it's worth more petting the writer on the back than telling him or her if something feels wrong. This way we might miss great opportunities to give our fellow hubber a chance to 1. see...
by Heather Edgens 5 years ago
I am not all that familiar with the ends and outs of blogging. My understanding is that you can blog about anything- from handy parenting tips to telling people about how you slipped on some ice and landed on your booty in front of a million people. (I don't know why you would write about that, but...
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