I have a friend who teaches and has worked for the federal government for 20+ years studying agricultural animals. She would like to start doing some tutorials, and I have recommended hubpages - she was thinking You Tube.
Which niche site would be appropriate for her? Dengarden or owlcation. I have suggested she could write here, and link to youtube videos on her account there.
What would you guys recommend she do in general?
TIA for your advice.
If she writes her articles well enough, they will be automatically be moved to the "correct" niche site. Otherwise, she can request transfer to either site and if it is not the "correct" site, the editors will move it for her.
In either case, you don't write for a particular niche site. You write for Discover and then the articles are moved.
Tell her to review the Learning Center (Help button, upper right) and then write as well as she can rather than worrying about which site is the "correct" site for her articles.
I think she should/could write for both niche sites. Giving the average gardener some tips about do's and don'ts and write higher level articles for the more educated in that field.
They wouldn't bite each other would they.
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