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    Niche Websites/Blogs Vs Niche Hubs

    Too be honest, a lot of people overlook hub pages. They write several hubs and don't make anything or don't make much, but what if you took all the niche blogs/sites you have made. And assuming you write decent sized post had posted those blog/site articles as individual hubs. Some people would have hundreds or thousands of hubs. Now lets take those hubs, and say you write 1 ezine article per hub to promote it.... now I know it all sounds time consuming but, couldn't you make a decent amount of money doing this ?

    I look at the top writings on hub pages who have hundreds of hubs, and so many followers that there hubs get ranked up to page one of "best" on whatever subject they write about. I've had a subject be ranked #1 on best and I didn't even perform any seo on it, and I made almost a dollar a day. Now you laugh but theres people with 500+ articles all ranked best and some on the front page as best out of all categories. Now assuming those people do write 1-2 ezine articles per hub which wouldn't be hard if you're a good writer ..... I can see HUGE profits coming from this.


    I'm not saying niche sites are bad or anything, or too abandon them...simply saying I am starting to think that using hubpages/squidoo the right way and treating each hub like its own website as far as seo goes, could yeild decent profits.

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    I think this strategy works, I just can't convince myself to invest that deeply in building up something that I don't really own.

    Hubpages or Squidoo could change the rules, cancel my account, or simply go out of business. That doesn't make me feel like it's safe and wise to invest my time and money into building on their platforms.

    For me, it makes more sense to register a domain and throw Wordpress on it. If I were less technical, the answer might be different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    I think this strategy works, I just can't convince myself to invest that deeply in building up something that I don't really own.

    Hubpages or Squidoo could change the rules, cancel my account, or simply go out of business. That doesn't make me feel like it's safe and wise to invest my time and money into building on their platforms.

    For me, it makes more sense to register a domain and throw Wordpress on it. If I were less technical, the answer might be different.
    I think you are right Will because if you remember in 2006 blogger was officially blocked by in India and many other asian countries . At that time many blogger faced good loss in their adsense earnings as well as no one was sure that they will get back their blogs with all content posted by them .

    So if you want to work hard then its better to buy good domain and hosting first .

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