I am at approximately $0.22 in earnings per day. Is it possible to get to $2.00 per day?
I have been working at this sometime and while the money is not the main motivator, it is a clear standard of excellence. Is it possible to get this hub up to $2.00 a day in revenue? What are your thoughts, suggestions?
It is possible to earn a LOT more than that.
I earn just above $2 per day now with a little over 1000 views on all of my hubs.
So do the numbers. You can imagine the potential. Read my hubs for more info.
It's possible to make $10, $20 or more per day on HubPages. But you will only do that if you learn a little about SEO, search engine optimization, and apply it to your Hubs. This is what brings the visitors in from search engines like Google and large number of visitors will bring in the $s. It's what works for me.
I'm new here but I can tell you from my own experience that it's definitely possible to make much more than $2 per day here.
It depends on a lot of factors.
I've been here 4 years, and have only RARELY made as much as a whole dollar in one day. Most of the time, it's between 54 and 87 cents or so.
I've struggled and struggled with the SEO thing, and either I can't get that right, OR, I just like to write about things that no one wants to read.
Thank you all very much! I needed this for encouragement. I am here for more than the money but the traffic increases follow the money.
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