How do you decide which articles to put on which sites?
I know many of you out there are not only hubbers but also bloggers and write for other sites such as InfoBarrel.
How do you decide which articles to put on which sites? Do you split them by topic, cross promote etc.?
My main site is pretty focused, so Hubpages is a good place to put things that don't fit with my main site. Here, I can write about anything I want.
I don't write for any other rev-sharing sites, so it's either Hubpages or my PF site.
Another idea is that if you start writing a Hub and run out of ideas after 300 words, you can always just post it on your blog.
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