Does anyone here use Blogger and does it do anything for your traffic here or elsewhere?
yes, I post hub url at my own blog and I do get traffic from there, not much but yes
Its not a fair question, because Blogger is just a "website". Your question is basically "If I direct traffic from other websites which I generate similar content for to get traffic to go to Hubpages" then yes, it does and it always will depending on how successful your site is. If you make a blogger and write about lawnmowers and all your urls to hubpages are about owning your own yacht then most likely it will not improve your traffic here.
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