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Can your own blog get you more profit than Hubpages?

  1. Engelta profile image71
    Engeltaposted 2 years ago

    Can your own blog get you more profit than Hubpages?

    With all the ups and downs, more downs than ups in my HubberScore, I am seriously considering working more with my personal blog, which is a subdomain but works with Google Adsense. Can I get more profit from it than from Hubpages?

    If you'd like to have a look this is my blog: zoenchi.blogpost

  2. LindaSmith1 profile image60
    LindaSmith1posted 2 years ago

    You have done a good job with blog.  Need more content with products.  I have my own sites:  More sales.  100 percent of commissions are mine.  Ad programs:  100 percent commissions are mine.  I don't have to deal with website bugs. I can use meta description and tags. I control my content, how many products, which products I use.  I don't have to worry about being featured one day, to have it unfeatured.   I keep up with what is going on in search engine world and adjust if need be. Instead of maybe 200 views in a month on HP with 79 hubs, my sites are getting 200 views per day.   I add to my sites at least once a week, make changes, whatever.  I promote to Google Plus, social networks, etc.  I have some articles on Wizzley, and several sites that I link back and forth to when appropriate. I have added a blog to my websites on Weebly. I also do product reviews on my sites and have a category for just that purpose.  Main thing: I am in control.   I don't have to share my earnings.

    1. Engelta profile image71
      Engeltaposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      You convinced me to work more on it! Thanks smile

  3. dipenneupane profile image72
    dipenneupaneposted 2 years ago

    If you have a decent traffic and an adsense account, I suggest you to migrate to your blog.

    1. LindaSmith1 profile image60
      LindaSmith1posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      I don't use Adsense on my sites, yet I do very well in sales!

 
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