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How we can earn money fro hub?

  1. pbfinance profile image57
    pbfinanceposted 6 years ago

    How we can earn money fro hub?

    can you tell me plz how we can earn money fro hub?

  2. Uninvited Writer profile image83
    Uninvited Writerposted 6 years ago

    Read this, it will tell you all you need to know about earning money on HubPages

    http://hubpages.com/faq/#royalties

  3. GAbaptist profile image75
    GAbaptistposted 6 years ago

    1. Write clear, concise, grammatically correct readable English
    2. Be highly informative
    3. Research and write what people want to read
    4. Sign up for HPads, Adsense, Amazon and eBay
    5. Promote your articles
    6. Work very hard
    7. Experiment
    8. Update regularly
    9. Write clear, concise, grammatically correct readable English
    10. Earn

  4. AnishG profile image59
    AnishGposted 6 years ago

    Amazon fantastic options. Amazon is personally my favourite one. Read up on its basics on how one can sign up for an Amazon Associates account (plenty of info on web), find a product to promote.. Write a hub HIGHLY relevant to that topic (you need GOOD quality stuff to succeed here!) and link to it in your hubs. You'll get more than 4% of the total price of the product on Amazon as an affiliate.

    Adsense is definitely a good option but I personally haven't had a lot of success with it, plus you'll only get a little fraction of earnings. No harm to put it on anyway, but keeping Amazon as your primary source could earn you a lot if you do it right.

    Just remember to keep your focus on providing content that people genuinely find HELPFUL. That's it. Slap pointless and irrelevant affiliate links at people and they'll slap the "back" button leaving your earnings at $0.

    All the best.

    P.S. There are TONS (literally TONS) of pages on web that mention how to earn from Hubpages the right way. Many of them you can find on hubpages.com itself. Look around my friend, but remember the details I mentioned.

 
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