Hi, I am new to HubPages. I have some questions in mind about the HubPages network site. Can you answer them?
1. What are the benefits of submitting a article in hubpages network site?
2. If my article is accepted for hubpages network site, will it be removed from general hubpages website or will be shown up in both sites?
3. If my article not submitted for hubpages network site, so what will be effects on my article?
Waiting for your reply.
The merit is increase traffic, views, and consequently, increase earnings. If your write is 'good enough' and is accepted, then it stay only on the network site...but it can revert back to hubpages, or the latest Discover site if it becomes out dated.
You don't have to worry about submitting newly published articles to a network site as each one is assessed by an editor and will be transferred automatically if good enough. Usually within two weeks.
Older articles can be edited and submitted manually.
They are moved, not copied, so will appear only on the network site.
You should see better traffic, but it isn't guaranteed. It depends whether it is a topic that people search for and if Google looks upon it favourably.
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