So, here's a question for the crowd.
How long were you on HubPages before you started to make any significant amount of money? How many hubs did you have posted?
I'm mostly curious as to what the averages are on this and how long it takes the *average* hubber to build up to getting income.
Five months to make adsense payout, then around two months between additional payouts until Panda.
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