It is a type of social community site where you can post your articles and also follow other members. It is not as well organized as HubPages, but it has some benefits to it.
I joined recently. I related my experience on this hub:
http://manfrommodesto.hubpages.com/hub/ … nd-writing
It is a great option for hubbers. I have a link to join redgage on the page I posted above. Use the link, and we will automatically become RG friends. Hope to see you there!
by Debra Roberts 4 weeks ago
Aside from sharing my article links on Facebook, what are some tried and true ways of increasing traffic/reads to our articles? I'm new; 3 weeks in, have 10 published and featured articles so far. I'm trying to figure out what the number on my profile photo means exactly. I know...
by Brie Hoffman 7 years ago
Every time I write a new hub I post it on Redgage as well as SHETOLDME and a few others... Now when I go and check it later my Redgage posting is in google search but not hubpages...WHY?Anyone?
by Tessa Schlesinger 2 years ago
Here's the link. Does anyone know anything about it or use it?http://www.redgage.com/If it reposts what you post on Hubpages, would that be unacceptable to hubpages?
by Padd Chang 5 years ago
I posted 10 hubs, 5 have been featured, the rest 5 just be published, so I'm thinking about if the hubs not be featured, that means that would never be indexed by google, should I delete it and move to others like squidoo or ezinearticles? Cuz its meaningless for SEO if not be public for search...
by Dale J Ovenstone 5 years ago
What happens to my articles that does not have the 'feature' logo next to them on my account page?I have articles, many in fact. But when I arrive on my profile page when I'm not logged in to hubpages, many of them do not show up there? I can't find them there unless I log in.Does that mean they...
by Habby 8 years ago
RedGage or Hubpages?Hey mailxpress, I'm new-ish to Hubpages and wonder if I should be spending more time here or on RedGage as you've mentioned. Thoughts?
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