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Discovered suite101.com today. My immediate thoughts: Since the site has higher PR than hubpages, when everything stays the same, whose article gets ranked better? I know similar hubs here compete already with each other, normally just one hub gets ranked well under a particular keyword.
And anything good about suite101? Just curious
I was accepted to write there, but haven't written anything yet. I've heard both good and bad when it comes to earnings. You have to do your own keyword research, and with the number of writers and articles, it's often difficult finding a keyword that hasn't already been done to death. I guess that's not terribly different from anywhere else though.
The thing is you don't get paid through AdSense at Suite 101, it's more based on page views. I maybe earn $10 every 2 months there but I only have 23 articles up so far.
Thanks! That is an insight information, makes me feel like staying here on hubpages only (believe earning potential is bigger here). Does the site also require the content to be unique? I guess?
I know someone who worked as a journalist, yet was not accepted by Suite 101, as it considered their writing not to be of sufficient quality. Yet, of the few articles I have read on that site, they are often badly written, using poor grammar and sometimes containing obvious spelling mistakes.
Those writers probably paid a decent buck to have someone like that professional journalist write up their resume and writing sample. I see it all the time on a site where I am a Content Editor. Applicants send in pristine writing samples and resumes, but you get their first article and it's along the lines of, "Me like cookie dough."
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