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Make Money on HubPages Using the ‘Share’ Features

Updated on March 30, 2018

Hubpages is a great website, which can be established into a decent platform for earning passive income throughout your life. The effectiveness of Hubpages is second to none. However, in order to squeeze a good amount of money out of this asset, you need to be well-aware of all the possible opportunities that it has to offer.

One of such great options, which must be utilized, is the ‘Share’ feature on Hubpages. By using the share feature, you can actually increase your potential of earning more money. Following, in this little hub, I am going to list some ways to use this share feature. Moreover, three major advantages of using share features on Hubpages are discussed below as well.

How to Use the Share Feature on Hubpages:

Using the ‘share’ feature on Hubpages is extremely simple. At the bottom of every hub, you will find the ‘share’ button. This share button is basically a hub for all the major social networking and/or sharing websites, on which your hubs can be shared.

By clicking this button, you will be given many options. Sharing to Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Google Plus, Pinterest, Reditt, Digg, and much more. You will also have the option to share your hub with your followers.

In order to use the share feature with its full potential, you will need an account on all the websites, on which you can share your hub. You can then instantly share your hubs on these platforms then.

After discussing that how to use this share feature, let’s know about how this features on Hubpages can earn you more money.

How the Share Feature can Earn Your More Money:

The earning on Hubpages is directly affected by the number of page views and traffic. The higher the traffic will be, the greater will be the potential to earn more money on Hubpages. It does not matter that whether you are an affiliate marketer, or trying to earn money through the Google AdSense, you are going to need more traffic in order to climb your way up.

The ‘share’ feature can directly affect the increment in your traffic by the following three ways:

1. Apart from search engines and Hubpages, often the third biggest source of traffic is Facebook or any other social networking site. By sharing on all the websites, you can significantly increase your total traffic, and hence, is more likely to earn a bigger share of money.

2. Sharing on related groups, pages, and forums, you are more likely to attract readers. Since the readers find the article of their interest, they are more likely to pay a visit to your hub. Thus, increasing the amount of total traffic, and the potential to earn money as well.

3. Last, but not the least, and obviously one of the biggest advantages of the ‘share’ feature is that it helps to improve your hub’s search engines ranking. Every Facebook like, or Google Plus’s +1 is likely to be considered as a vote of confidence, and therefore, major search engines like Google increase your hub’s ranking on the basis of that.

The ‘share’ feature on Hubpages can help you earn more money. It is a great feature, and if it is used properly, you will definitely see some improved results in your stats section.

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      6 years ago from Texas

      thanks for sharing the information.

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