Publish or Perish - The Hubber Lifestyle
Stay Productive - And Increase Your Average Earnings
Hubber Kephrira inspires us with the following results:
After 4 months of hubbing, Kephrira is averaging about $9.50 per hub per year in AdSense earnings, and currently has 95 hubs. That works out to $902.50 a year.
If Kephrira continues to post hubs at the same frequency, by the end of the first year this productive hubber will have posted 285 hubs. THAT works out to $2,707 a year if the per hub per year average holds.
$2,707 a year works out to about $225.00 a month, or about $7.50 a day. That is enough money to for one or two of those regular bills that we all hate to pay.
Kephrira's current output is about 5 hubs every 4 days, a little more than a hub a day. What if Kephira could manage to triple that output? Maybe by getting up an hour earlier, or staying up just that much later, or watching less TV (really, I don't know if Kephrira watches TV).
At triple the output from this point forward, Kephrira would have 665 hubs at the end of the first year.
665 hubs times $9.50 works out to $6,317 a year, $526 a month, or about $17.31 a day. The amounts include only AdSense, not any additional funds that Kephrira might make using the Amazon.com or eBay plugins on HubPages.
My formula for calculating your own average earnings per hub per year can be found in the following forum topic: HubPages Earnings Averages - Is the $10.00 Per Hub Per Year Rule True?
The forum topic was inspired by a hub of mine: Hubbers Reveal Their HubPages AdSense Earnings
If you are serious about earning money on HubPages, you need to stay productive. Note in the above pages that many hubbers claim that things start out very slow (as they are for me) and then begin to snowball after a certain point.
Kephrira is inspiring, because Kephrira managed to attain a nice, fat average earnings per hub after only 4 months of effort. My impression is that for some of the more established super hubbers that have been around for years, it took longer to reach that point.
Publish or Perish! If you do not commit to the HubPages lifestyle, and stay productive, you will never reach you HubPages potential.
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