LinkedIn presents news items that are tailored to the individual user (at least that's what they claim). Mixed in amongst the relevant technology articles from the NY Times, Newsweek, and CNET, my LinkedIn queue listed several BlogSpot blogs. I read three of them and all had spelling and grammatical errors, so I don't think that quality is the focal point when LinkedIn decides which to display.
How does one get their blog or hub presented by LinkedIn? I've never seen any Hubs listed.
by Nelle Hoxie 8 years ago
During the last challenge some of us created hubs to promote the challenge and our hubs. I still have it up and have kept the links. Would be happy to continue adding blog links that promote the challenge. I thought it would convenient if we had a thread that just listed our blogs. That way those...
by Eric Dockett 2 years ago
Despite all that's gone on, I still consider HubPages my online home and the place where I'd prefer my content live. In fact, I've been extremely impressed and excited about the niche sites, and my traffic for Hubs moved over has looked really, really good. However, I still have concerns, namely...
by AMAZING THINKER 4 years ago
Can I copy my hub contents to my other blogs, say blogspot or wordpress?Is it against the rules?
by Mary Hyatt 5 years ago
Do you have a Blog?If you have a blog, please tell me why and which site you use for writing a blog.
by Has_aWayWithWords 8 years ago
I set up a blog on blogger, the only adsense ads that show up are crap about blogs...I am not trying to get people to build a blog or learn to blog or visit blogs about obama....dammit I just want to get people interested in green products and home improvement products..lol
by Ultimate Hubber 7 years ago
Do you have any blogspot blogs on first page of Google in competitive niches?What is your experience with the blogger?
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