On HubPages you can create as many blogs (called hubs) as you like, and only your imagination sets the limits for the subjects. People are writing about Egypt, movies, politics etc. You will get traffic to your hub very fast, and you can even make some decent money there.
If you are hosting your own blogs, and they are created with WordPress or another blogging script, you should make it easy for yourself to update the script, whenever there’s a newer version. Failing to do that can cost you a lot of trouble, because there are often security holes in those popular scripts, and it’s easy for script kiddies to gain access to your server, if you do not keep your blogging script updated. Here’s how to make the process easy:
For me there’s clearly a time Before Joel and After Joel.
Before Joel I earned about $0.20 per day with AdSense. I did see his book on the Internet, but I didn’t want to invest in it, because when I earned so little, what difference could it make?
In November and December last year, I made tons of money from AdSense. Why? I send out small tips about Xmas, and people flocked to my site to see them. Of course they also clicked some AdSense ads on their way.
Easter isn’t far away now. Do you profit from it? How can you do?
How about this subject – I know that I would be happy to read about it:
How To Get Things Done With A Cat On Your Lap
Links are not just! They are important for both the site (A), they link to, and to the site (B) that is linking. Let’s take a look at A’s situation first:
A is a homepage, and the owner would like it to be found in the search engines if people write “the root of all evil”. Yup, an interesting manner of speech – others might have thought about boring things like “nice webdesign”, “the best redwines”, “the soft paws of Fido” or something completely different.
It will not be of much help for A, if he’s found by the word “here”, which is the case for the company Adobe.