What is LetterPile?
I received an email telling me that some of my hubs moved to the vertical website called LetterPile and I can't find any other information about what this website is or why. Can someone give me some insight?
LetterPile is a niche site for HubPages. It is a permanent 'new' website that has a specific theme and topics within it. There are about twenty niche sites today. HubPages is moving Hubs from this main site to those niche sites where it is said they perform much better. They are moving the creme of the crop that are quality Hubs and perform well regard traffic / views received. There is a long story why they are doing niche sites, but basically it is a business strategy lateral move.
Letter pile can be found at https://letterpile.com/
The theme for it is Writing and Literature. It includes subtopics:
Newspapers & Magazines
Here is a link to the announcements in the Forums: http://hubpages.com/community/forum/136 … le-is-live
You can go to the HubPages Blog by searching it on the web. When I post a link it doesn't seem to work. Oopps! :-) There you will see much more information on the niche sites.
Thank you very much for the information Tim!
Your Welcome. This is transitional and ongoing. It began with the first site about three months ago. Good luck with the Hubs that have been moved. Hooray!!!
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