I keep reading these posts from people who say they don't earn anything on HP...
1) You need to write something that a lot of people want to read (and are subsequently searching for)
2) Your topic needs to be something that's monetizeable
So if you're writing about casseroles, bible versus, conspiracy theories, or what your cat are for lunch, then you may want to look at other, more lucrative topics to improve your earning potential. Focusing on a niche will certainly help, especially if it's a topic you really enjoy and can cultivate.
by rbe05 years ago
It's a conspiracy...What was the real purpose for the creation of this thread? Who was really behind it? What were their motives? What is going on behind the scenes? Who is REALLY in charge here...?
by Specialkizza6 years ago
I ask this question to all readers and myself. I ask that everyone who frequents this topic to please reply. Feel free to elaborate and converse. Thank You. Its both for me. I can't remember when I felt more passionate...
by kirstenblog5 years ago
There are so many conspiracy theories out there, from ones that sound spot on to inter-dimensional alien human hybrid shape shifters (I keep expecting to see the pope turn into a lizard man).What conspiracy theories do...
by sannyasinman6 years ago
. . and that the official explanation is a physical impossibility. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkXeNawH … r_embedded
by cindi h5 years ago
I caught a couple of episodes of Jesse Ventura's conspiracy theory show. It's pretty scary stuff-What do you think?
by deegle6 years ago
Who is to blame for conspiracy theories? The ones that reports or exposes them or the ones that conceals activities that get discovered then gets leaked to those that reports or exposes them?
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