I am new here, and I want to make some money from my hubs. But with this Google changes, I ask you: what is the best decision: a new website or keep account on Hubpages?
I will advice that you do both. Compare the 2 later on and go with your best.
Do both. I have hundreds and hundreds of hubs, but I also have many websites. If you want a consistent online income, you must have a VERY LARGE diversified portfolio.
I would think about a new avatar if you are staying on Hubpages. Not everyone wants to read pages by the under two's.
It is sound advice. Many people hate images of children being used inappropriately, not just me.
I don't even look at people's pictures when I'm reading their hubs.
I'm there to read the hub for information.
I really hope you're joking here.
Make a few websites/blogs and write some quality hubs. You can always interlink them also.
Yep, do both especially if you want to become an affiliate or sell a product that is related to the topics you write about.
As far as your avatar is concerned it's fine, if anyone here believes your avatar is being used inappropriately or that you are under two they should be seeking long term counselling.
Personally I'm a little fed up with this place and the endless nitpicking of my hubs. To my mind all the filters etc. etc. should be in at the point of publishing. It's a real nuisance to be told a hub is not wanted here after it's been happily sitting here for 6 months.
As it happens the new sites I built are now making way more than this place. If you have an idea for a site, then go for it.
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