My First Hubpages Payment
After two months of working hard to create new articles for Hubpages, and promoting my work as much as I can when I find the time from everything else in my life, I have finally received my first payment from Hubpages. While I have earned money through Google Adsense from my hubs, I have finally reached the $50.00 minimum payout through the Hubpages ad program. Really, I made most of this money in the past 2 months, and have seen steadier earnings as time goes on. I have a few goals for the future, but the most prominent and hopefully most achievable one is to reach the minimum payment every month. Check out my payment proof below!
While I am extremely happy to have received my first payment, I know that I should not celebrate too much; I have a lot more work to do if I want to continue my success on Hubpages. I have written quite a bit for various online sites in the past, but Hubpages had not been on my radar until after Google's infamous Panda update. I know that I will have to continue writing and earning on Hubpages if I want to have any sort of success, and I have decided to give myself a few goals in order to motivate myself to continue my work on Hubpages.
- Publish 180 hubs by September 3rd.
- Earn $500 in the summer months.
- Continue asking and answering questions on Hubpages.
- Reach 1500 daily pageviews by September 3rd.
- Have 250 followers by September 3rd
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