What do you prefer more? Creating hundreds or thousands of Hubs or creating a pe

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  1. shussain86 profile image61
    shussain86posted 7 years ago

    What do you prefer more? Creating hundreds or thousands of Hubs or creating a personal blog/website?

    What approach is more rewarding in your opinion? Investing your valuable time on creating hundreds or thousands of Hubs or put your all the efforts on creating a powerful single, personal blog/website? Which approach is more worthy of investing your time?

  2. Vishaaa profile image76
    Vishaaaposted 7 years ago

    Second option. I'd rather create a website. I feel independent in doing anything with MY WEBSITE. No restrictions. Moreover I'll get the feeling It is MINE.

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    Giselle Maineposted 7 years ago

    Writing hubs.  The advantage is that on Hubpages, I don't have to have a cohesive 'theme', I can write hubs on many different topics.  If I had my own blog or website, it would need to look like it is 'about' something.  Also, I don't need to be a computer wizard with Hubpages, I can put in polls, arrange page layout etc, easily.  If I had my own website with its own domain name, I would need to learn a content management system (program that lets you put your stuff where you want it) and I don't want to be bothered with that!

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    AMBASSADOR BUTLERposted 7 years ago

    I invested my time in writing just 1 article and set it free on the internet with google on June 2010 A.D. 2 months later on August 2010 A.D. the referring sites found my article and spread it around the world in 8 countries. September 11, 2010 A.D. I began to get page impressions on my article. December 28, 2010 A.D. I earned my first $.01 cent on my article. March 24, 2011 A.D. I broken the milestone of having 100 views a month on my article and it will never again fall below 100 views a month for my article. I expect to get my first adsense payout on May or June 2011 A.D.

  5. DeAd Dolls Inc profile image60
    DeAd Dolls Incposted 7 years ago


    When I first started out I was all about creating CONTENT to turn into hubs and for a while it was working and it was great but now after 200 hubs i'm starting to see that it's not going as well as I've had the last 4 to 5 hubs which where filled with content and great in my eyes Flagged by other hubbers.

    So for me if I'm going to invest time in to writing hubs which can be flagged and brought down at any time regardless of how good it is or what not it's not worth it. But Blogging and putting your time and investment in to one Single Blog is. I've been using Tumblr for about a year now and couldn't be more happy.


    It's the one blog i'm focusing on right now and has been indexed by Google Bing And Yahoo and so many other sites as well. So having the time and investment in one blog is better than using that towards writing more hubs. OUt of the 200 hubs I have only 30 to 40 of them REC Traffic on a daily basis. So Blogging is my favorite and new direction right now.

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  6. froch profile image80
    frochposted 7 years ago

    Im Hubber and Blogger so I will give you an answer.

    Blog - many work, little cash and NO SEO at start.
    HubPages - many work, little cash but raising every month and EASIER SEO at start ;-)

    I'm not talkin that blog is bad idea. It is just harder to establish.


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