I was wondering if anyone makes enough money on HubPages alone to make it their full time or only job?
HubPages is not the only site I write for, but I do consider it my job, as in, "I don't have a day job, this pays my rent."
There are many people on here, such as myself and Relache, who make their living online. I don't rely solely on HubPages either and write for a variety of sites. IMHO, no one should rely on any one site.
I agree with the posts above - I make a full-time living online but Hubpages is only part of it - I have many of my own sites as well
HubPages is full time school for me.
I know that's corny, but I learn so much here... ultimately I wish to be earning on-line FT
This is my hobby, Im on ssi, not because I am lazy, but I am disabled..I enjoy writing and am allowed to give any earnings to my child, wich goes to her bank acccount for college..
I do not have a job and this does not make alot, so its , like I said a hobby , among many I have, that soothes me
I am not so newbie here, although i registered for about 8 month, I did not actively work here.I just want to ask how many money can you earn here, of course working day by day and having quality posts-hubs?
I would much appreciate some answers!
ryan Hupfer just did an interview that revealed..
"But, from our 40% of the impressions we are currently seeing that Hubbers are generating somewhere between $4.00 and $5.00 per 1,000 page views, which we feel is very competitive"
http://www.freelancewritinggigs.com/200 … up-hupfer/
I know that 2-3x that amount is reachable.
otherwise, this topic is very well covered with a lot of payout stories here in the forums and on the hubpage blog
I think the term "payout chronicles hubpages" should get you to a good start
I have a Hub on earnings where almost 200 Hub authors have chosen to disclose what they are earning monthly.
A small percentage (about 8%) are doing really well.
I am working part-time for the last two years which I will continue to do until and unless I have reached the mark where my hubpages earnings will surpass my current full-time earnings, then I will reverse the two jobs, means full-time hubbing and part-time transcription and proofreading.
I make my living from affiliate marketing only (no pensions or other safety nets) and have been for the last 10 years. Hubpages is a small part of that revenue now, but it's steadily growing. I'm very excited to see it's true potential.
by jennzie4 years ago
Or at least enough to pay the bills?
by healthmom3 years ago
I'm exploring to this whole hub concept... is it really worth all the hassle and uncertainty of writing/working for yourself online or do you think it's better to just get a real brick-and-mortar job?
by K Kiss12 months ago
I really do miss the old success stories.. they were the ones that gave us all hope. Even after 6 years of being here at hubpages it is all a mystery to me. I am still loyal to only Adsense and didn't opt for hubpages...
by Melanie4 days ago
I noticed that CPMs are really low so I decided to just start a test where I would just be running AdSense ads only and it's only day one, only one data point, but so far I'm already out-earning my HubAds...
by Bruce Chamoff4 years ago
I see a lot of advice from hubpage members on hubs, questions, and forum posts and the common advice seems to be to write a lot of hubs. No problem. I am writing a decent amount of hubs on technology, nutrition, and...
by Dr Mark3 years ago
Do any hubbers spend 40 hours a week (or more) writing and researching hubs? Does the effort pay off if the site is treated like a regular job?
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