I had this idea to create a Wiget Website. This will allow members to add their widget links, which will help generate outside veiwers. The widget is a great feature that keeps all of your articles in one group. I am not sure if wthis is allowed but it does say we can add wigets to our website. If anyone is interested let me know. If there is enough interest I will start on this.
Don't we have that already? I have one on my website:
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Is that what you mean?
I suspect that is what he means.
Look on your profile. Under your picture is a link that says "Add MrRockster's widget to your website". That's the widget and of course you can use it on your own website.
Hello, that is true if you already have a website then you might not be interested, but if not then this could be something that would interest you. This would be a free site to help members generate more traffic. If this does not seem like a good idea please feel free to say so. This is just a suggestion.
I read it as - how about a website that just has HubPages widgets on it?
Like a site that is just for links, only using HubPage widgets for the writers to add there if they wanted to. Maybe I just misunderstood the OP.
Without any real content it’s unlikely that search engines would be interested in indexing it in any great depth. Also how would you monetize it?
If you think about it, anyone can use your widget and place it on their website without any permission. But I am asking and only willing to set it up for interested members. I would start it and can add administrators depending on the interest. The http:// is easily added to googles search engine for free. Which I will explain in another Hub.
Like I said this just a suggestion to any interested members.
Please let me know if this is violating any Hubpage rules to prevent any conflict.
I thought that since you could add members widgets to your own website, Why not create one for everyone who is interested to add to. It could only benefit both hubpage and us.
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