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On one subject that I write about, I have developed a fan base (LOL, how weird is that to say?) The problem is I'm all over the place (web address wise) with the articles I have written. I recently had one of these fans *hysterical giddy giggles* ask if I had a place where she could find all the articles I had written about the subject in one place. I don't want to transfer them all to one site (Some I don't own the right to transfer) and isn't any website/blog that consists of nothing but links going to be slapped?
Excitement for you!!
I hope to see an authoritative answer to this. Until someone who actually knows responds (and tells us that I'm wrong), would you be able to write a directory here on HP that lists article titles and addresses, but without active links? You know, like "hubpages dot com" - that sort of thing? You could give a brief summary (meta tag) of each article.
And, of course, I have seen a lot of Hubbers who list on their profile all the places they can be found on the web (with active links). I haven't seen articles listed in that way, but if you at least have links to your profiles elsewhere, that would be a start.
It might be best to create a short article directory on your profile than to attempt to write a hub. Only reason I say that is because, last time I checked, the restrictions on hub about links(2) to one domain, would make it difficult to write a hub as an article directory.
However, profiles do not have the same restriction that I know of. So, if you were to write a minimized article directory of other places in your profile, then it won't be(or get) unpublished.
That's my opinion.
by easyspeak8 years ago
Just curious if anyone is using article directories like ezine, xomba and buzzle to drive traffic to your hubs. From what I understand about pageranks, if I write an article for ezine, even though ezine has a high...
by terryg9 years ago
There is nothing better I feel than experienced hubbers passing on information and knowledge to others to help them.I wrote this hub purely to offer some help to others experiencing a drop in their Adsense earnings to...
by Jasmine5 years ago
What is an article directory?Wikipedia defines article directory as a website with collections of articles written about different subjects. What is your definition of an article directory? I'm doing some research on...
by BlissfulWriter6 years ago
Do you submit your Hubs to article directories?Does it help? Which ones?
by Ayaz Sario5 years ago
How do you submit your hubs to article directories?if you submit your hub on other article directories, wouldn't it be considered as duplicate content by hubpages, how exactly do you submit articles on directories?
by Wayne Tully8 years ago
What would be the main features of interest for new members?I mean it would obviously have to be user friendly and free to use like other content sites, but what do you suppose are the top things that new members would...
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