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Making Money

  1. Anzelle Pieterse profile image62
    Anzelle Pieterseposted 2 months ago

    I am really passionate about what I write. I try my best to follow the guidelines of my articles. Can you please give me some tips for beginners ?

    I would really appreciate it
    Thank you

    1. theraggededge profile image96
      theraggededgeposted 2 months ago in reply to this

      Much of what you need to know is laid out in the articles on these pages: https://hubpageshelp.com

    2. TIMETRAVELER2 profile image91
      TIMETRAVELER2posted 2 months ago in reply to this

      How can you be following guidelines if you have no articles?

      1. psycheskinner profile image80
        psycheskinnerposted 2 months ago in reply to this

        They have been QAPped.

    3. greenmind profile image90
      greenmindposted 2 months ago in reply to this

      Write according to guidelines, be patient, and bounce back when your articles aren't accepted the first time around.

    4. promisem profile image97
      promisemposted 2 months ago in reply to this

      Write about what you know. Start with a well-defined topic that you can describe in two or three words. Use a tool such as the Google Keyword Tool to find out if people actually search that phrase. Then follow the HP guidelines and use that phrase in your title and several more times in your article.

  2. poppyr profile image92
    poppyrposted 2 months ago

    Start by checking out the HubPages guidelines. That's a good place to start. I believe the link below covers everything.
    https://hubpageshelp.com/standards/Lear … iting-Tips

    Basically, use good grammar and spelling, make sure your article follows one point, your title is eye-catching, snappy and relevant to the article. Add photos (properly cited) to enhance your article.

    Try coming up with niche topics that help people get what they need. For example, there are already lots of "how to get better skin" articles out there. Your description said you wanted tips but your title says "making money", so if you'd like to earn revenue from HubPages, first start by writing several (at least 10) high-quality articles that get featured (see my article [https://letterpile.com/writing/Ways-to-Ensure-Your-Hub-Gets-Featured] for tips to get your article featured). Then you can apply for the Google Adsense program that will allow you to earn revenue.

    Good luck!

  3. Jason mackenzie profile image89
    Jason mackenzieposted 2 months ago

    Irrespective of whether you are old or new on HP, I feel some of the must-have virtues are patience, proactive interest in writing and editing and being interactive.

  4. kanaujiamonu profile image64
    kanaujiamonuposted 2 months ago

    https://hubpageshelp.com/ visit this site...........you will get all the details regarding queries.................thanku

  5. Marisa Wright profile image94
    Marisa Wrightposted 2 months ago

    The Learning Centre is a great resource but it can be overwhelming.   I have a Hub which covers all the Basic Rules - you'll find it on the slider on my profile.   If you are having trouble getting your Hubs Featured, then it may be that you're breaking one of those basic rules - so it's worth a careful read. 

    The main advice I give anyone starting out is to be realistic. If you are trying to earn from passive advertising - whether it's on HubPages or your own blog - you can expect to earn between $1 and $5 per 1,000 visits.  So you can see, you need a LOT of readers to make even a few dollars.  The only way to get such large numbers is from Google.   

    Over 90% of HubPages visitors come from Google.  Those visitors are searching for the answer to a question or problem, they type it into Google, a Hub comes up as one of the top results, they click on it and arrive at that Hub.  They may or may not browse around HubPages once they get here, but they may not.   Because they are so focussed on getting an answer to their search question, they may not even notice who wrote the article.

    If you're seeking to establish yourself as an authority on your subject, then I would consider starting your own blog rather than writing here.

  6. Anzelle Pieterse profile image62
    Anzelle Pieterseposted 2 months ago

    Thanks everyone ! This was really helpful information

    Happy Hubbing !

 
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