Hello, Im really new here and have some questions about blogging and stuff.
how do i make a big and interesting hub that will make me money. Mabe at least 200$ a month?? some advise or help please~~!!!!!
First, recognize that making Hub and blogging are not the same thing. Then realize that you are going to have to put in the time and effort if you want to make a single Hub that can earn hundreds of dollars per month.
I suggest you read the following to get started,
the lowdown on how the site works - http://hubpages.com/faq/
how to make Hubs - http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/
You need to understand that you probably won't make much money for the first 3-4 months while you are hubbing you can check out Misha's hub good luck
You got great answers already. And that is the truth, sure you can make that much but not without writing a lot of hubs and reading up on what to wirte about and how to get read, and effectively applying them here in hubpages.
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