Can I hire someone to improve my income on HubPages?
I've been a member for over a year, have written over 70 hubs, have been read 2500+ times - and still haven't gotten my first check. Is there someone that I can revenue share that could walk me through all the steps I see mentioned for a piece of what I will make ongoing?
Why not apply to the apprenticeship program and learn how to write articles that are optimized to search traffic They'll also tell you about social interaction, followers, and they'll even pay you provided you write about 8-24 articles a month ( a small fee per article). I have not done this so I cannot vouch for it personally, but it looks interesting. To apply, http://hubpages.com/faq/#apprenticeship
Rhonda, the basic answer is every time I check out another Hub opportunity to make money doing something, it goes way beyond just writing interesting and useful, professional hubs. I want to do the writing, I want someone else to do the SEO work.
You would probably end up eliminating the income you might earn, by hiring someone to improve your hubs, slightly.
It's all about writing articles that capture the reader's interest...subjects that are popular. You can do it, it's not rocket science. Just take an objective look at your articles. Do you find them compelling reading? If not, make them so.
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