I need a system where the hubs are created, reviewed and published to create cashflow without my involvement. When will i be able to achieve this?
That's what i was thinking. If i hire a person and pay him guaranteed 200 dollars for 100 hubs in 1 month and have 100 people like these, specially those whose adsense account has not been approved then i can make over 10,000$. If it can be done for other products why can't it be done here in hubpages?
So when is your first batch of sub-standard hubs rolling out?
Its pretty clear that its already being done
Only quality hubs would be entertained and bought
That's rather amusing because I can generally make $2 off a hub in the first 48 hours, or at least the first week.
But obviously there are idiots in the world willing to write for peanuts.
or living in areas that are not accepted into major programs like adsense, paypal - writing sites like AC and similar ilk and are not eligible for HP contest winnings!
In some part of the globe
1$= 45 Rupees (India)
1$= 84 Rupees(Pakistan)
1$= 110 Yen ( Japan)
So the people in these countries are idiot ? Yes.
2 US $ > 0 Bucks(Whatever the local currency) .
I'm asking the same question too.
$2 a hub? I could make that a day from a short hub!
Yeah, sign me up!
That's, what, almost a fifth of minimum eage?
I would like to advertise this wonderful opportunity to my readers. Dies the OP have a 300x250 graphic I could run in place of my main Adsense block? I would do it for free because I know people would be grateful and give me half their incredibly generous earnings..
You want to be PAID for your Laziness as well as your Bad Jokes?
Nothing in the Entire World can Stop you from doing that then.. If it is your goal! Good to see that you have a positive one
You have over a hundred thousand page views. I can't say whether that is good or bad - it is not so great for your stated goal if you are toward the low end of that after two years. But maybe you are at the high end?
On the other hand, you haven't had much positive feedback (Useful, Funny, etc.) . Compare yourself to other hubbers with a similar number of hubs and a similar length of time here - what are they doing that you are not? Find people doing very similar things - are the monetizing as you do? What do you think of their hubs as compared to yours? Is there something wrong?
Is it your subject matter? Your writing style? The length, the content, whaf? Look at it all critically. You might toss a hub or two into Extreme Hub Makeover and see what feedback you get there.
That is wonderful would keep me up so late!! lol
No thanks the satisfaction that you get when you work for something is what I cherish!!
So you don't want passive income?
I make most of my money actively, but I have to say it is very nice to start each month knowing that I have a passive base I can count on.
I don't think the OP is going to meet his goal without work, either.
I think the OP would get a lot of clicks from people trying to escape his extremely bad English. I think I'd click an amazon advert just to save my eyes.
unfortunately, that is an effective adsense technique.
clickers are not readers, they are dissatisfied searchers
No wonder I'm not a millionaire yet! Does that mean an absolutely great, perfect writer should get no clicks at all?
Pc Unix I know you do a lot of work and then get the passive income on the side , That is something I value!
an absolutely great perfect writer should buy writers market and sell their works for large upfront payments and possible syndication bonuses.
But, even great online writers will attract traffic that is not targeted perfectly to the content - sometimes the adsense ads are better targetted.
also absolutely great online writers who understand their audience and are effective at drawing the "right" audience should be taking advantage of higher paying affiliate partnerships then adsense - adsense is bottom of the barrel - its good because it does so much of the work for you - not because its the most profitable
only so much time in the day, have to pick the methods /purpose and monetization that works best for you and your possible partners
I definitely agree with you about adsense. I have always found it very difficult to make good money from any single hub (or page of a website) from adsense compared to other methods. It's just that it builds up to a decent amount cos I have so many pages that have adsense on them - quantity over quality
I have one hub that makes almost as much money (about 2/3rds as much) from an outside affiliate link plus amazon links as all of my hubs combined make from adsense - and it isn't even my highest traffic hub.
Well, maybe. There are so many bad readers today, and so many other bad to mediocre writers, that it may not matter.
It may not matter much at all if we are looking at ad or affilliate income. As has been noted before, outside of the tech arena, your best potential clicker is web naive and not the brightest bulb in the string.
Even beyond that sad truth, searchers are seeking information. I am quite accustomed to finding very poorly constructed English in results. If I got the answer I wanted, I barely notice that.
Finally, web readers skim as fast as they can. Most bad English may not even be noticed by those remaing few capable of noticing!
The canard "bad money drives out good" comes to mind here. Internet marketers pushing out hundreds or thousands of sub-standard junk pages are producing bad money. That angers me on many levels, but they keep doing it because it must work to some degree at least.
Quality hubs for $2! Do you know how ridiculous that is. Wake up to reality, the return you will get from HubPages is proportional to the amount of work you put in. IMO offering $2 to someone who has the skills and ability to write a quality hub is a real slap in the face.
Ill do it!
Just send me your list of keyword phrases
This is an example of A QUALITY HUB RIGHT? http://hubpages.com/hub/Flow-switch
thats what, 50 words, I can do that.
The real shock is that people have added comments to this Hub!
And who are the 300 odd, umm, not so discriminatory people who have followed this, umm, ambitious hubber?
Actually to make it fair,
Just post your 100 keywords you want us to focus on here, and we will see who can underbid who and get you the best bang for your buck!
Actually, $200 per month is a decent salary in some English speaking parts of the Globe. Another question is - is it possible for one person to write 100 quality hubs per month, month after month? That I doubt quite a bit.
The more knowledge you already have, the less research time you need, so if you know a good amount about a lot of things, yeah, it is at least possible.
But most of us will run out of what we already know fairly quickly and then have to learn new things.
Or, as you suggest, hire others to do the polluting, oops, writing.
hubbers comes here to learn and earn. they chose to write because they love to do it, they fell to do it. writing is their passion not a business.
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