Not trying to be rude or anything, just wondering. When I joined, I just used my name. So I was wondering for what reasons people chose to use aliases. Marketing? Shyness? Wanted by a foreign government for secret...
I live on a small farm and have to get up at six to do animal chores. How about you?
For you bloggers out there (on any platform) what's your favorite non-mainstream widget, and why?
I've earned $0.01 through ad-sense on Hubpages, but I've had no clicks. Does Google Ad-sense serve impression-based ads? Do they give money for impressions and more for clicks? If this is unusual I'd like to report...
I keep seeing advice saying to get a high click-through rate to maximize your AdSense earnings. How do you that? I want to make a quality article and reading experience. Thanks for your help!
I see under my program earnings "impressions", "clicks", and "EPC". How are these figured for my earnings? Do I get money from people buying items, as in the Amazon Affiliate Program? Or is it just impressions and...
If I reference one of my hubs to another (not linking in a series) can I add my referral tracker? Will it give me any money?
I read somewhere that hubs start with a score of 45 - 55, but many of my hubs have a score of 70 or higher right at publishing, such as a list of idioms I posted today. Why is this?
Could someone give me an example where you'd use the icons? While I understand "great hubs" and "good writer", "you're hot" seems like it would be creepy to ever use, like I'm stalking someone or something.
If I have enough material to make a series of moderately long hubs but they're all on the same topic, should I make them a series, or just do a long hub? If a long hub is better, where do I draw the line?
Is there anyone I, being a beginning writer, should follow? (Like billybuc) Who are the other top-notch hubbers I can learn from?
How often would you post hubs, assuming you had a limitless supply of articles to post (you know, like you've found the fount of inspiration and have purchased some stock in it) .
On average, how well does fiction do on Hubpages? Is it read or mostly ignored?
I've read all the articles I can find on Hubpages Earnings, and read the official guides, but I can't find any explanation for why I'm not earning money on my hubs. As far as I understand, each view of the hub counts as...
When you're writing a non-fiction article, how much first-hand information do you think you need? All? Most? Some? None?