Right now, about $1000 a month. I would like more but I'm barely hitting that right now. I think when I build up my 'stash' of online content I'll see a bigger profit, which is exactly why I'm on HubPages.
Yes, I'm American. $1000 a month is about what I would make at a normal full time job. However, that's only because I'm fairly young and new to the job market (21). I haven't completed college yet and in the crappy job market I wouldn't be able to get anything better than minimum wage.
My long term goal is $1000 per month, but of course I have short term goals..such as 500 a month. I have made a few hundred dollars in the last couple months. I am glad, but need to exponentially increase..
I really need to start working more consistently like I did in the fall. Lately, I have not been not up to par. My niche is sort of making me discontent about its potential.
I only recently hit my first payout. I am, however, rather committed to this game right now, and I will be until Spring and Summer get here, and then I'll take up my yearly hvac trade for air conditioning repairs.
Lots of folks are making a thousand dollars a month here on hubpages, but it's not the least bit easy to do; but it is doable so long as someone realizes that it takes a lot of time to build to that level.
ZERO! LOL I just discovered HubPages again. Seems that I signed up some time in the past and promptly forgot all about the Website. Too bad as I spend many hours a day on my computer doing research. Now I am wondering if some of those hours should be spent earning extra cash. I’m glad that you asked the question.
I don't have the answer as I'm also new in this enterprise so as in HubPages. But I've been in network marketing with an extensive knowledge on selling yourself, patience, diligence, etc., so I want to believe those who succeed are just ahead of me in time and income. I may also become successful. The thing offered by HubPages is PASSIVE INCOME. Who wants to work for money forever? I'm tired of editing documents. I am stressed everyday. Did I answer your question?
yes, I agree too, as long as my earnings are continuing to increase then I am making progress. yes, i would love to make $1000 a month but I am not anywhere near that so I just have to aim small to start with and increase targets as I hit them :-)
hindi ba masyadong personal yung tinatanong mo? It was not appropriate to ask their monthly earning on a public forum like this...(well, I don't know to them, but I feel violated if someone is trying to ask about my earnings..)
(just stating my point of view, no harmful intention )
The answer can be found in the Learning Center found below hubpages. Just use most of the capsules and arrange them so that you and everyone else will be delighted to see and read your hub. Content is one thing, creating a nice-looking hub is another.
~shrugs~ Not really. My husband makes nearly as much in a day as I do in a month. I'm not a great commercial hubber - I hate shopping, which makes me a pretty bad saleswoman for amazon/ebay type hubs, and many of the topics I like writing about best are obscure or simply not very profitable for ad revenue either. But I love writing, I love making money writing about whatever I want, and I love having a flexible schedule that allows me to stay home with my daughter, so it works for me.
my goal is €500 a month (Ireland). Nowhere near at present of course, but I find it encouraging that even with the little time I have at present, my hubs are still generating money on a very small scale. I can see how it would be possible to reach my goal if I put more time into it. It`s a long term goal, and I`m really excited about it.
I aim to make $1000 a month, however I make that amount through my other writing jobs. Right now I'm at the building stage with Hubpages. I made around $40 last month and am shooting for $75 this month on Hubpages. I hope that if I find the time to keep creating articles here that I will get up for $400 or $500 a month on here by the end of the year. I really enjoy having the freedom to write about what I want to instead of what I'm assigned. Maybe one day I can count residual income as a major portion of my writing income.
For the record I am an American. I'm a full time student and stay at home mom so I like being able to help provide for my family without having to wait tables on the weekend and not see my family.
I check your profile and I found out you have created 79 hubs to date. How many hubs have you written last month that gave you $40? It's just amazing. I'm skeptical to take the 30-day challenge for I am also working as an editor in an outsourcing company. Writing articles in HubPages is my sideline only. I'm still figuring out the true potential.
My long term goal is to make $1000 per month online. I am hoping to do this through a combination of hubs and a couple websites. This would provide enough income that I could travel around the world without any money problems. For the record, I am a U.S. citizen.
My goal is to make 10 times more money, then I made in previous Christmas season.In next January I will (I hope) earn 5 times as much as I did in this January.Though my earnings are quite modest, I don´t want to reveale them.
I want to build my online sites, hubs and articles to at least $2000 per month. Then I want to sell my homes, buy an RV, and travel the United States, all while blogging about it on my laptop. Then I want to settle down, open a sandwich shop on the water somewhere, have some one man band playing oldies for my patrons, all while blogging about it on my laptop.
Hi friends, I am new here.I need to learn a lot but I am sure I would start making $500/- per month by the year end.I am prepared to learn and work hard for it. In 10 months,by consistent working, it must be achieved. Thanks.
Won't tell you my full average monthly earnings, but it's enough to live off with spare money for luxuries such as a new Kodak ZI8 HD camera which I needed and a couple of laptops which help spread my online files around somewhat.
My online activities exceed just Hubpages as I have blogs and a few private projects under other names which do well on their own.
Ever since working for others I have become bored with working for employers that don't really value your work, they just treat you like a worker, so that's why I haven't worked a job since 2008 and am focusing on online business to see if I can push it to the extreme!
My goal is for both time and money combined - £1500 from not more than 10 hours per week work. I'm not lazy though, I'd use some of the money and a lot of the spare time for starting an offline business.
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My goal is to earn earn at least 100 USD and to increase it on a monthly basis until it would at least equal my monthly salary because I want to have a passive income that would support me even when I am not working.
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