How many hubs do you all recommend that someone does per week to be successful in this site?
Depending on work and other commitments and how much time you have, but I would say two to three hubs a week plus forums, questions, and commenting on others hubs will help you become successful on this site. Some people start getting paid at 50 to 60 hubs, others higher or lower but generally you will get 2 to 3 dollars per every 1000 views you get. Try to adjust that to how many hubs you have to write to achieve that.
by Traqqer6 years ago
I know this can range wildly, but what would you say is a good average number of views per hub per week?
by Bruce Chamoff5 years ago
I am averaging around 6 hubs per week. Not too bad. I am not sure how that compares to the general average, but I would love to know.Also, happy 4th of July to you all!Bruce
by Kenneth Avery3 weeks ago
I am not trying to make a big thing out of my questions and "please," do not chastise me for just asking "I published two hubs: "Rules For Prom Dating," and "So Long, Practical Jokers and...
by Julie-Ann Amos8 years ago
In another thread trish1048 made a comment about comments - I found it a bit of a shock to be honest. I'd really appreciate other viewpoints please? What she said was: "What I greatly appreciate...
by Will Apse3 years ago
In his hub 'What We Don't Know About Google Panda?', Paul Edmondson points out that Google seems to expect sites to leap high above any bar that might reasonably be set for quality purposes.Paul seems less than happy...
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉)6 years ago
There are two newly discovered hubbers who have only posted raw translations by using online translating tool, what they did was merely copy and paste the results without doing any further modifications. From the...
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