I just revised a Hubpage article without ads and submitted it to be moved to one of the niche sites. Is it worth the effort? Is anyone seeing their revised articles being accepted since they were relegated to the NO Pay area?
The idea of revising and submitting your articles to the niche sites has been standard for years now, so many people have done it and yes, it was worth the effort even before they stopped monetizing HubPages.com. The niche sites have always been much better for income than the main site.
Having said that, it does depend on which subject. Poems and fiction never make money, no matter where they are.
Definitely worth a try. I've had a couple of re-worked no-income articles in the slush bucket moved to niche sites and have seen an immediate spike in views. Some, of course, are beyond redemption and you have to bid them a sorrowful farewell.
by Cholee Clay 3 years ago
I'm curious if anyone knows if the new editors that were hired have completed the training and are on their own now, or if article standards have changed for some reason? The last few months I've had some very old and not updated articles moved to niche sites. I'm happy more of my articles are...
by Michael Kismet 3 weeks ago
I already have a number of hubs moved to the Hubpages network sites, but haven't really seen a drastic traffic change in said hubs. So, is it worth the risk to submit one of my hubs that already receives a decent amount of daily views to a vertical site?I'd hate to see aforementioned hub drop in...
by Farrah Young 2 years ago
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by Kyler J Falk 6 months ago
When I first began writing here at HP I was terrible, but I still got moved to Soapboxie with ease. Now that I've improved, I can't get a single article through to that specific niche site. My three best articles on Soapboxie, allegedly, are as follows:https://soapboxie.com/us-politics/Polit...
by Oscar Jones 17 months ago
This last year I improved my hubs and had 112 featured of 130 articles: Now suddenly they bust me down to only 30 featured hubs. I feel this contributes to a websites decline. I made a comment on a survey that I don't get any payout for this site and gave my opinion, and now...
by Kain 360 4 years ago
I used to write on HubPages a lot; especially around 2011 & I was doing extremely well at one point. Last time I wrote a few articles was at the end of 2013. Are there any major changes I should be aware of? The website looks different compared to 2013-2014I noticed that you can submit to...
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