SO TALL ME THE TYPES OF CREIDIT POLICIES FOLLOWED BY THE ORGANISATIONS
You can't...you only earn from writing hubs and if you have Adsense, Amazon and Ebay, or link to related affiliates.
well in fact you can... not directly but indirectly. I will elaborate. When you post comments on someone's hub, blog or site you have a chance of creating an impression on the author as well the readers of that hub,blog or site. If your comments are valuable and useful you will naturally get traffic in the form of viewers from the hubs, blogs, or sites where you had posted your comments. If you are affiliated with companies like adsense, kontera or amazon then more traffic means more earnings!
Please not that you don't directly get paid to comment but now you must have been convinced that it is worth doing it. All the best!
Not from me you dont, anybody who posts a blog or website link in my comment boxes get their comment marked as spam.
You don't need to post a link though. Just by posting a comment in your hub my profile is available to view as is yours.
But it's still a shot in the dark. Sort of like blowing a hundred dollars on lottery tickets under the assumption that you'll win a million.
Clearly, you're making friends and influencing others exponentially.
Hey Ryan, what's up with all the avatars this week? Is this #3? #4? I've lost count! They're all great, but geez--I'm getting dizzy!
After reviewing the initial question and then the answers submitted, there are some basic points missed which need to be covered.
A)When you reply or comment on a given statement, you are in
fact submitting your opinion. Now, the manner in which you
submit your opinion will leave a positive or negative
impression on others and this does not have any relevancy as
to who is right or wrong. It is how you present your argument
and support it. An opinion can't really be right or wrong.
The facts which allegedly support that opinion are either on
point or erroneous.
B)As others mentioned, you can't make a dime directly through
your comments and since gratuitous self-promotion isn't a
good idea, the hidden trick is the eloquence and diplomacy
with which you handle the issue. The tendancy for others to
flock to your hubs is increased which in turn boosts your
pageviews and their exposure to the affiliate ads on your
hub. It isn't what you say but how you say it and if you
can say it and get your point across without tearing someone
apart in a public venue, you earn everyone's respect.
Especially that of the writer who in turn may very well
become your fan or follower as a result and don't be surprised
if they start promoting your hubs. The correctly worded
comment can do wonders for you.
We each have a certain writing style. Some may be more direct than others. The key shall remain, in the end, what was your real motivation for the comment in the first place?
Maybe you can see your hubscore increased And hubscore is important to make money...(secret) lol
why are you only going to leave comments if there's cash involved? Glad your not my follower.
by breakfastpop5 years ago
I have been experiencing problems trying to post comments. When I finish writing the comment it doesn't post and the screen returns to the top of the hub. Anyone in my boat?
by Ruth McCollum5 years ago
Do you think if someone publishes a hub they should approve comments if they don't agree with answerAs long as they aren't swearing, combative or vulgar, or do you think people have the right to see both sides?
by dellea16 months ago
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by Yves16 months ago
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by Jimbo'daNimbo5 years ago
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by Angela Harris9 years ago
I can't seem to be able to post comments. This has happened before, but always cleared up in a couple of hours. Does anyone else have this problem at times?
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