I'm new to the online blogging, writing, etc, scene. I also use the site WebAnswers. So far I'm enjoying HubPages A LOT! But I was wondering as far as my Google AdSense account goes, what is the best site to make money with? Assuming of course that I am consistently contributing interesting, quality writing. Does anyone use multiple sites? Which sites bring in the most dough?
Regardless I'm basically hooked to the HUB! Thanks!
Sorry, not an educated guess but hubpages is enjoyable
the more you enjoy writing I think the better you'll do....
The profitability of your content at webanswers will be dependent on how you fare against other members (if I've read the site correctly).
Here at HubPages it is not a competition. Our success isn't determined by a ladder or ranking. Yes, we have HubScore. But HubScore is an indication of how well we are performing, not the basis on which we perform.
But webanswers does look interesting, I do plan on signing up to the site and will be doing so under WryLilt who brought it to my attention by her link to it on her Facebook Wall.
Hubpages is great because you can click a button to pubish your very own article, with no editors or anyone to sully your work (providing it's appropriate and all). LOVE IT
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