were and what is the real news on this and were are the sites that pay and can make you money without charging you money.
I personally have not made money from HubPages but I sure do hope to. I make money from a site I run and Google adsense plus kontera equals to about a low 3 figures every month. The rest I earn from WordPress projects from elance. If you have a quality informational site then Google Adsense is not too bad but getting rich from it takes a very special site like http://plentyoffish.com - the guy is the highest individual earner from adsense.
But as I red we must have to own a website in adsence then n then only we can edit HTML pages...then for that we have to pay..he is asking without charging ....
same thing I wan ask then...
Has anyone ever payed for advertising on a website for adsense revenue? I have been thinking about trying it out but i'm not sure if it just will be a waste of my money/time.
Hubpages for adsense revenue seems to be ok. I also use an affiliate program to build a mailing list and get potential sign-ups. It may be worth trying for you. I just put links to the site in some of my articles and I let the affiliate site organize my info for me. The site is freesitesignup..
Yes,..... keep using Hubpages. But also start your own blog and monteize it the way you want.
1. Your blog -- you have full control
2. If Hubpages were to ever go down or if they decided to ban you.... you lose all of your content you worked hard to produce.
there are many, many ways to make money online.
yeah I was thinking the same thing but I am not familiar with blogs, have any advice on how to start one?
by esoftwisdom 7 years ago
Can someone make straight from first day of Affiliate Programs? If yes how best can someone go about it.
by William F Torpey 21 months ago
My Google Adsense Account has disappeared. How do I get it back?
by broalex 10 years ago
Hello every one great to see you all again , can anyone help me out with some information on Google Adsense Account ? On any account usually if you go to the My Account Tab you should see at the bottom of the page your affiliate Code "ca-pub-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" . Well I`ve noticed that...
by fbelt34 7 years ago
can we make money on hubpages?if so how?
by accofranco 7 years ago
what will you do? do you have the legal rights to sue them for damages or whatsoever?what are your backup plans should this eventuality occurs now?What backup plans does hubpages have to compensate every hubber and to recover our hubs should this happen? start now to prepare, the future is...
by Syed Hunbbel Meer 7 years ago
So ... Google did not approve me for the google adsense program that I applied a week ago.I read quite a few articles before I really applied for the program, but what I THINK, that may be the reason for the disapproval is that I've only 3 hubs right now (At the time of application, there were only...
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