Me & Hubpages
When I started writing on HubPages in August 2007, my main thought was that I finally found a great place where I can express my animal knowledge. As I had just recently quit my job working at a pet store, I felt I had a lot of knowledge and information that I needed to share. I didn't want any information in my brain to go to waste.
I came upon HubPages by accident, really, but I have yet to regret the decision to this day.
I am able to share all of the reptile experiences, small animal knowledge, and dog training information, that I have acquired in the past ten years that I have been working with all these animals.
Making Money Online
Well, when I started HubPages, I only had one website with any affiliate programs attached to it, but all the numbers and codes and such were my fathers, as he built the website.
Currently, I have 4 blogs and 3 websites with my information. Although, two of the websites are still very much under construction, they are still google ads floating on the page.
I will say that HubPages opened my world of making money online. Although, I started HubPages with the intention of spreading the word about pet health care, I have been making pocket change, while I'm at it. So, that's great!
While working with HubPages, it has really opened the doors, windows, cracks, everything, to online money making. It really defeats the world of quick cash schemes that flood the world wide web.
Make Money Online
My Future With HubPages
I hope to continue my work with HubPages. I thoroughly enjoy writing about topics that have the potential to help someone with their pet or with another topic that I have written about.
I, also, enjoy reading Hubs from other Hubbers. As everyone has a different niche they prefer to write about, it's fun and interesting to read about other topics that I may not be as knowledgeable about. It's, also, interesting to read about other animals that I am not familiar with.
(Plus, it the longer I write with HubPages, the more I seem to make with Google Adsense, as it increases the number of hubs that are out on the internet for others to find.)
So, join HubPages, and have just as much fun as I am!! :-)
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