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A Hubpages Account Is a Must-Have for Every SEO Content Writer - Here’s Why

Updated on March 19, 2020
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He has been an SEO content writer for more than 3 years. Mohsen is currently working at Coding as Creating as a member of the editorial team

HubPages is a network of 29 individual websites. Each of the websites in this hub offers a free chance of getting published to the users.

Here, however, I’m going to give you 4 reasons to create a HubPages profile as an SEO content writer right now.

It’s a Great Platform for Practicing On-Page Seo

Search Engine Optimization is not a stable practice and it evolves each day. So, watching all those YouTube tutorials and reading how-to papers won’t help you with real-world SEO implementations.

What you need is a platform to practice things you learn and acquire knowledge through trial and error. Which is exactly what HubPages is offering you.

You can try different key phrases and write with various styles to observe the behavior of your readers. This will help you see which writing style suits your goals the best. Plus, you can benefit from the “Tutorial Layout” of the website to optimize your writings before publishing them.

I’ve had several friends who started their careers as an amateur HubPages blogger. Most of them are now some of the notorious names of the industry. That’s because the platform allowed them to learn through hands-on experiences!

Your Clients Need Some Numbers

Some content writing clients will try to gather as much information as possible about you before giving you the job. So, not only will they investigate your online presence but they’ll also ask for a verifiable portfolio.

  • How many articles are published under your name?
  • What are the main niches you’d like to write about?
  • How many people do you expect to engage with your articles?

These are all questions that you may face when trying to get a well-paying job.

But when you have a HubPages profile, you can answer all the above-mentioned queries and even more sending only one screenshot. Since the website offers you a “Statistics” section, you can effortlessly let your clients know how is your overall performance.

The Statistics section allows you and your clients to see page views of every article. Moreover, it classifies papers and authors based on a specific scoring method from 0 to 100. So, if your articles score between 80 to 90 or more, you can basically seduce any type of client to work with you.

Google Analytics report for my HubPages account
Google Analytics report for my HubPages account

You Can Also Set Off Google Analytics for Your Profile

If you need even more detailed information about your performance, HubPages lets you utilize Google Analytics. This is a great chance for web authors as they usually don’t get the prospect to check their papers’ online accomplishments after delivering them to the clients.

All you need to do is creating an Analytics account to sync with your profile and get the detailed reports.

Google Seeks Social Presence

Another reason why every SEO author needs a HubPages account is that Google likes to see you online. During recent years and after the Hummingbird update, this giant tech company cares more about social media and the overall online presence of people and companies.

Now, since you—as a writer—are a stand-alone company, having a solid social presence is vital for you. And the idea is to make your name top the Google search results when someone is trying to find you.

What HubPages does here is to offer a verified and valuable free account under your name which is, by the way, very Google-friendly.

Since this website is already a well-known online publication, Google shows its users’ among the top results.

It took only a few days for me to climb on top of the others sharing the same name with me. As soon as I created my HubPages profile and published the first article, everyone could find me through googling my name—Mohsen Baqery.

Bear in mind that most of the top-notch clients will look your name up to see how you’re doing online. So, it’s not just about making uncle Google happy; it’s about building a successful career.

Now, pack your stuff up and head to create your HubPages account as an SEO content writer right away!

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 Mohsen Baqery


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