Are we allowed create account on both HubPages and Squidoo? if not tell me which

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  1. Janani Shankar profile image60
    Janani Shankarposted 4 years ago

    Are we allowed create account on both HubPages and Squidoo? if not tell me which is better ?

  2. wqaindia profile image46
    wqaindiaposted 4 years ago

    Creation of account is not an issue. All authors and content writers can create accounts anywhere on the web publishing platforms but they must ensure that their content everywhere is unique and is not copied or pasted. At squidoo it may not yield dollars but HubPages can spin dollars for you. Do not expect immediate returns and without worrying for the dollars, create unique content to engage the visitors in such a way that they keep track of your writings by following you. Income from HubPages is directly proportional to your number of Hubs, Quality of Hubs, Followers, Fan Mails, Comments and your participation in forums and Ask Questions sections. Win as many accolades as you can and become the top level commentator to be successful on Hub Pages.

  3. Lisa HW profile image63
    Lisa HWposted 4 years ago

    I have a Squidoo account, but there's something about the way they do things on there that really doesn't work for my own purposes.  Believe it or not, all the orange and cartoon-y looking stuff on there was enough that I could never say on there for any length of time.

    This site always worked well for me, and I started to really like the whole look (etc.) of after they did some refining and made it look more polished.  I haven't been all that active on here recently for my own reasons (only one of which includes the fact that I'm trying to clean out a bunch of REALLY old Hubs, re-think what to do with some, etc. etc.  Other than that, my reasons have nothing much to do with HubPages, or even my online writing at all.)

    I don't really know Squidoo - especially since they, like HubPages, have done a lot of changing of things (rules, etc.); but they used to seem very Amazon-sales focused to me - which isn't really my focus. 

    Things are straightforward on this site.  You pretty much either get traffic to a Hub or don't.  Over time you get paid.  That's it.

  4. FatFreddysCat profile image98
    FatFreddysCatposted 4 years ago

    Nothing is stopping you from having accounts at both sites. They are competitors but one is not going to punish you for having an account with the other.
    For whatever it's worth, I gave Squidoo a brief try and decided that I liked HubPages better.

    1. Janani Shankar profile image60
      Janani Shankarposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Ya i agree with you that HubPages are liked by more number of people.


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