Would you keep adding hubs to HubPages if your own site got really successful?
By really successful, I mean considerably successful, like your own site brings in a passive income earnings amount of over $8 000 or so a month. If you choose to continue adding hubs to HubPages, why? If not, why not?
Yes, because that would mean that many of the people on my site would want to check out hubpages as well increasing my traffic flow. :-)
I would continue posting on HP in order to continue to drive traffic to my successful site, and to continue connecting with the good people who post on HP.
I love hubpages because of the community. For writers who are just starting, its a great place to get feedback and encouragement in the midst of constant rejection! So yes I would still contribute because of the community!
Yes, I think so, because I use hubpages for different content than my webpage
I have two blogs, one for bikes and another for computer tips, but both of them are in portuguese, so even if they became very successful I think I still would publish my other thoughts on hubpages.
I would probably spend more time reading other peoples’ hubs, leaving comments, chatting in forums, etc, rather than posting too many articles of my own, but I wouldn’t leave hub pages completely.
Yes, I would. With internet work, I've learned that it's never a good idea to put all your eggs in one basket.
I would because Hubpages is a good place to write and the residual income is ok and you can never have too many places to write lol.
I like doing anime reviews, so if I made a page that was about something else (like an art or animation related website) and that became successful, maybe then I would do more anime reviews, faster, as more of a hobby because I truly enjoy doing that. However, if I made a successful site that contained my anime reviews, it would be redundant to post the same content on two different websites, so I would probably stop writing on hubpages. However I like that hubpages is free and allows you to moderate comments. I also have gotten so used to the interface, it would seem weird to me to get used to writing blogs using another method. So I doubt I'm going anywhere anytime soon.
wow are u making 8k a month from a site? well i wont be doing hubs anymore but you can still use them for backlinks
I'd keep generating articles for the site so people could follow back links to a main site. I'm not an expert, but from information I've gathered, sites like this can help generate traffic to a single point, so the 8k a month would probably be partly due to work on a site like this.
I would. It just gives you another area to drive additional traffic to your site.
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