I've put my hubs on sites such as blogger but hubpages is what I really focus on. I did start a site but I'm not too interested in finishing it. I get more views being on here than anywhere else.
I've settled on using Blogger. It is quick and easy to use. So far it has had some mild success, especially as I do little to promote it.
I use blogger also, but I just broke down and bought my own domain.
I use blogger. Tried using Wordpress for a while but I found it more complicated and not as good as I heard of.
My personal blog is on blogger... on traveling as a single mom, or just on travel: It drives some traffic to my hubs so I consider it a plus. My writing on my blog is more informal than the writing on my hub... after all, it's a blog!
Check out my blog at: http://travelqueenreports.blogspot.com/
I'm starting wordpress but as brunamiranda says, it's not as user-friendly. I had my own domain sometime back but it wasn't worth the money to keep it up.
Same with me: I use Blogger. It's funny because I have heard so many good things about wordpress, but I tried them both out and I liked blogger a lot more.
by Amy Naylor 2 years ago
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by Sharilee Swaity 7 years ago
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by Filip Stojkovski 11 months ago
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by Annette Donaldson 7 years ago
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by collegedad 6 years ago
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by barbarella986 6 years ago
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