Please don't respond with cliched answers like "your hubs are what you make them, just write for yourself." I get it, we all write because we like it, but we also wouldn't be on HubPages if we didn't want to make a little bit of money. I'm asking for a benchmark, from experience, how many Hubs did you have to write before you saw your earnings begin to climb considerably? I have heard the number is somewhere around 100, but all of the success stories are closer to 1000.
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You have also been on the site for 3 years so that may play into your earnings. My goal is to get a check every month (so 50+ dollars). It seems that around 50 hubs is the mark afterall!
I have been a registered member for 3 years but I wasn't really active on the site until a few months ago when I started publishing hubs that weren't poetry.
My earnings are low now, but they are growing every day. I'll let you know where I'm at when I hit 50 hubs!
Sounds like getting into the game early proved more fruitful. Especially after the recent Penguin fiasco, I wonder if the glory days of earning on HubPages are over.
Specifically, what were the things you learned to cause your earnings to double?
Titling is everything; good topics; to use Google Keyword Tool; write a high-quality 600+ word article; use the capsules with keywords, etc.
Where can I find this keyword tool?
got it, thanks!