How To Get A HubPages Subdomain
Remember the Google Panda update? It got HubPages, and a few other high profile websites that article marketers were using for link building. Since the Google content farm killer was rolled out early this year, HubPages has tried to figure out a way to reward high quality article writers while letting Google have their way with the low quality article writers. Their solution was subdomains.
I actually think this is a good idea – for several reasons. No. 1, you’ll have total control over all the content on your own subdomains, except for the ads served up by HupPages and its advertising partners.
Secondly, your subdomain can be your name, which means it will have tremendous reputation management benefits if used correctly. That is, if you don’t abuse it.
Thirdly, HubPages is still a good source of links and traffic.
Plus, you can monetize your articles at HubPages, which you can’t do at most traditional article directories.
So when you count the benefits, it makes sense to have your own HubPages subdomain. If you don’t already have a HubPages account, I’d recommend signing up for one now. Then go through the steps to claim your subdomain.
With quality content becoming more and more important every day, HubPages offers another way for you to ensure your name and your content are rewarded for their excellence.
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