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In a previous post I mentioned that I had started using Hubpages as a way to earn a little more money on the web. I was especially interested in how hubpages would work as opposed to my own blog.
Well I am happy to say that after 6 months I am very pleased with the results I am getting from HubPages. It has been a great way to try out different niches without making a commitment to a full blog. I have had some surprises. Hubs that I thought would do very well have not, and others have done great.
What really surprises me is that my hubs are quickly getting decent page ranks. I have PR2 and PR3 hubs after just a few months. Not only are the pages getting good PR’s they are ranking well in the search engines.
The biggest surprise, one of my hubs has beat all of my blogs in Google Adsense earnings. Just one page has become a regular and consistent earner with a good click through rate and nice earnings per click.
Despite my success on Hubpages I am not giving up blogging. But I do like the way I can just write a hub on any topic and then just let it go and see how it does.