Money making

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  1. Mac Mission profile image61
    Mac Missionposted 14 years ago

    I have seen many of them written hubs about the topic making money in 100 ways 50 ways. Are they really earned money?

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      annvansposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      I think that lots of them do since everyone wants to know about making money.

      1. Mac Mission profile image61
        Mac Missionposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        I really wonder these people do really earn?

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          annvansposted 14 years agoin reply to this

          Yes, I would guess.  I wrote a hub about making money.  I have made money online and actually got paid.  I shared the info with others about it.

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      Nelle Hoxieposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      That's the trick. You never know who to believe and what really works. So you just have to try some things to find out. My rule has always been to spend as little money as possible learning.

      1. Dale Mazurek profile image64
        Dale Mazurekposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        You are absolutely right.  I really cant understand these 997 dollar training things and so forth.

        There are real things you eventually need like maybe hosting, domain names and even an auto responder.  There are also some very affordable traing courses available on the internet.  You just need to know where to look.

    3. apeksha profile image66
      apekshaposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      I don't think so..depends on ur hard work..

  2. janni321 profile image58
    janni321posted 14 years ago

    I am searching on google the same words for about 4 years and reading that stuff about making money online. most of them are scams which offer you a very quick way to earn 100s of dollors per day online just on auto pilot. but still there are some legitimate  ways which earn you some extra bucks for your bills e.g. earning through content writing like on hubpages, affiliate marketing, online surveys etc.

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      annvansposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, I think lots of people like to write about making money on those things that are referral based.  I usually do not mess with those as I do not have tons of people that I could refer to a program that may not work.  I like things like ehow, associated content, daily article and hubpages.

  3. Ladybird33 profile image65
    Ladybird33posted 14 years ago

    Making money online is the hottest search on the web, thus, we have scammers and then we have writers.  But if you work at it you can make money online

  4. Dale Mazurek profile image64
    Dale Mazurekposted 14 years ago

    You absolutely can make money online.  Yes, definately never should partake in anything that refers to easy money, quick money or any crap like that.

    I am presently searching out some keywords to write a hub on myself and my partners success in the last year and how we do everything absoulutely white hat.

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    Nelle Hoxieposted 14 years ago

    I've always avoided any program that I had to pay for. Most programs - like Hubpages and Google Adsense - give you everything you need to know for free.

    When I started out, I just studied the top 50 sites in the google rankings that I wanted to place in and learned what they did - minus any black hat stuff that I saw.

    That's how I learned the power of lots of pages with keyword rich written content and backlinks. It was the one or two things they all had in common. And that's what I've stuck with.

    Though I still monitor the Top 50 sites in lots of categories.

    1. Jane@CM profile image59
      Jane@CMposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      I will never pay for program, ebook, etc.  Its a pure waste of my time even looking at these type of sites.  Many good hubbers here have laid out the ground work for making money online.  I do wish some of them would give us links to their actual "websites" so we could see how they are building.  I would suspect too, that many who write on making money here on Hubpages, have websites that just link you to another "buy it now" web page. 

      I wish I had time to monitor top websites, but I don't.  Good for you Nelle!

  6. aliraza87 profile image62
    aliraza87posted 14 years ago


    i only found the way of earning with out pay registration fee is post hub. but this is my first attempt on this site. if u give me more information about how can i increase money by posting hub . its pleasure to me thanks

  7. viryabo profile image95
    viryaboposted 14 years ago

    From day 1, i made up my mind i wasn't going to spend any money trying to make money online. And i've stuck to that principle. If im dead broke, and need to make money online, where on earth will i get the money to pay for some 'get rich quick' scheme? I dont want to get rich QUICK. I want to work at it and see how i fare. Im happy about my earnings trickling in cos it seems more secure and steady. And with the wonderful people on HP, i just follow their advice, always, and its been working for me.
    My only regret, i didnt get involved in the forums early enough. If i had, i'll probably be better off now. But well, 'better late than never'.

  8. dannyb1974 profile image57
    dannyb1974posted 14 years ago

    Don't you get fed up with the endless sales pitches that pour money into your account while you are sleeping.

    I have found that If I can make a lot of small amounts then at the end of the month it all adds up

    I have one good programm 2 mediocre and one loser at the moment.
    But then I am getting a small amount from adsense on 2 hubs!!!
    still in single figures (I read somewhere your not allowed to post earnings - so no figures here!!!)

    single figures for about 3 weeks from 2 hubs I think is quite good.
    Now all I need to do is more


  9. Nanashi profile image58
    Nanashiposted 14 years ago

    I think there are a lot of scammers, but also a lot of honest legitimate entrepreneurs sharing their wealth creation systems- for a cut of your current paycheck. And rarely-very rarely- you'll find someone willing to give away their "secrets" for free. Of course, they're really just giving away stuff anyone who's searched for methods to make money online has heard dozens of times and have probably found and are just too lazy/afraid to even try implementing them.

    Concerning the legitimacy of hubbers, well, I haven't been here as long as some, but I think that most hubbers here have legitimately made money with what they promote, if they say they do. Why? Because a lot of those hubbers are trying to monetize Hubpages, and if they don't want to have a bad reputation and possibly get banned from the site, then they can't stretch the truth too much. That and if they're trying to monetize with their HubPage then affiliate commissions/referrals for programs are probably secondary to keeping the page up and getting AdSense clicks. They could set up their own niche blog for free elsewhere and really hammer in any affiliate programs or what not they're involved in there instead of taking the risk it would be deleted here.

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    Louidam1posted 14 years ago

    I make money online by completing free surveys and join focus groups.  Also I earn money by completing offers on GPT sites and blogging.

  11. Gennifer profile image53
    Genniferposted 14 years ago

    There are so many hubs on this topic that it's really hard to understand what to do and whom to believe. Look through this information and take some ideas for yourself.
    Frankly speaking, I always wonder what is an average income from HubPages of successful hubbers?


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