Earn Money Online Writing For HubPages
Writing Articles For Google
"I have been writing for Hub Pages for over four years and I have become very wealthy. No, not wealthy in cash, but in many other things just as important. For one, I have made new friends. That may not seem like a big deal, but after the past couple years, it is a wonderful feeling. Second, I have learned so much more about writing, content, keywords and back links than I ever thought possible. I still have much to learn, but I am confident that I will find what I need here. Everyone is so helpful and friendly, that I thought I would pass on what I have learned, like many of the others have done."
I wrote this almost three years ago and I have to say that there have been many changes on HubPages since then. I still look at the site almost every day, but have not been writing much. One reason is that I am learning all over again what is considered quality writing. Other reasons are personal. I often do not understand why one of my hubs is no longer featured and can only revise and revise.
From Pennies To New Car? Not Yet
I have made a little money, which is a bonus for me. Writing is what I am here for, I trust that I will earn more money as time goes by, as long as I put into practice all the tips I have picked up. Google appears to be the foundation of earning for this site. Because it is pay-per-click, I seem to make money easier than from Amazon. So, for anyone who is new, I would advise them to sign up for Adsense right away. In addition, there are many other sites that use Adsense and you can you use the same account.
I am also involved in HubPages own ad revenue which seems to earn a little money everyday. My earnings are very low to date, but I have not given up hope yet. I know that there are people that make a living writing and I am determined to do the same. I also would like to say that just because Google changes it's algorithms and rules frequently, it is futile to blame the website. I actually appreciate the fact that HubPages is trying to teach us to stay within Googles new parameters each time that they change.
I have read hundreds of articles online and I think each one makes my next one better. Also, I have been the recipient of constructive criticism ( I asked for it), and that was very helpful. I will probably ask for more in the future. That is my number one way to make money from this site: listen to the people who know more than I!
Oh, the more I learn about back links, the more that I realize how little I know. I do know that back links are important for incoming traffic. Since I don't have a website per se,only a blog, they are extremely important to me. I try and read all the hubs on traffic and I try almost every site suggested, as long as they are free. So far, I have used zomba and found it to be user friendly. Others that I have tried, I didn't like as well, for various reasons. I no longer write for e-how because they have become a stagnant site. They seem to hide their light under a bushel, so I haven't figured it out yet. I have received most of my traffic from Hub Pages so far, and for that, I thank you. Some of you must be reading my hubs. If you are the one, please leave a comment, even if it is just to say that you read it. Thank you, it makes me giggle when I get a comment. As I learn more, I will pass it on.
Back Link Information
I have been writing on Hubpages for about a year, and have finally made payout. I have made a little more money and my traffic has increased marginally, but not enough for my second payout. I am getting frustrated with it, but I will not give up. I am determined to find a way to earn an income that I can rely on. I have been doing the hubmobs, and while I do get more traffic with them, it is mainly internal traffic. I am going to find more hubs about adsense and see what I am doing wrong. Here are a few links to what I have found. It has now been two years and I am still waiting for Google payout number two. I have had two or three HubPages ad program payouts. Come on, give it a try.
Below is an excellent hub about effective keyword usage!
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Effective Keyword Usage On HubPages - How to effectively use keywords on HubPages to get more search engine traffic. Learn how to make the best use of the Title, URL and other factors to rank highly.
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Learn how to make AdSense money and get a monthly cheque from Google
- Hal's 40 Best Google-Topping Keywords & Adsense Earnings
Since my many Hub readers have always known that they can rely on me for the truth, no matter how blunt, uncomfortable, or unpopular, here is the absolute truth about my Adsense earnings on my 40 top ranking Google placements.
© 2009 Mary Krenz
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