I have been reading about the importance of "not putting all your eggs in one basket." My question is this-
When is it a good idea to develop more online presence(s) like blogs and websites?
I initially set a traffic and hubscore goal, but I don't know if that is the right approach.
Don't get the wrong idea- I love HP. I am barely beginning. I am just wondering if I should develop supportive backlink sites concurrently, or after I have more experience and success.
Start a celebrity website - celebrity followed by your name, and then put in a Link to your Hub?? - I don`t quite follow the advantage in timed exposure, other than it is obviously far better to create a second Hub with each new subject.(?)
when the need arises for other options, having them aged and indexed is a plus
I've been using Blogspot. You can use your own Adsense ID. And they've made it easier to insert Amazon products.
And occasionally I'll throw in a link to a related hub.
I also use several other sites. And have started a few of my own.
HubPages has, after much experimenting and testing, been the best performing site for me.
Good, thank you. One more question?
I am noticing that my adsense account lists my profile page for all traffic and clicks. Is this normal?
sorry for changing the subject, but while I have my two favorite guys here, thought I would ask.
You can make much more with your own niche website, as you get to keep 100% of your income!
Hubpages is nice for testing out new niches though.
You can put the HubPages widget for your HubPages on your blog and then it updates every time you publish a new Hub. That is a quick and easy thing to do.
I made a few blogs concurrently with HubPages. As I learned, I was able to apply the knowledge to both. Good Luck!
A blog shop or mini amazon shop are good suggestions!
the skills you learn can apply across both!
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