Can any one help me how to make 10 dollars per day?

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  1. Abin CB profile image60
    Abin CBposted 9 years ago

    hi, I'm new hear can any one help me how to make 10 dollars per day please

    1. Susana S profile image92
      Susana Sposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      $10 a day doesn't sound much but it's not easy to achieve. Most hubbers earn nowhere near that.

      You'd need:

      5000 views per day to earn that amount from HP's ad program (remember that you only get 60% of views - Hubpages gets the other 40%)


      Some high converting sales pages. To make $10 per day just through amazon sales you'd need to sell about $150 worth of goods per day. 

      Most people that do earn well here, have a mixture of income sources.

      1. relache profile image72
        relacheposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        Actually, you can earn $10 per day from your Hubs without either of those things.  I'm not sure where Susana is getting her data but you need to develop your own data based on your own Hubs' performance over time if you are going to set earnings goals.

        1. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image82
          Wesman Todd Shawposted 9 years agoin reply to this

          Susana is one of the most successful persons in the history of this website.

          1. MelissaBarrett profile image60
            MelissaBarrettposted 9 years agoin reply to this

            So is Relache. If they don't agree, it's because a difference in their personal data. Such things happen.

          2. Jayne Lancer profile image91
            Jayne Lancerposted 9 years agoin reply to this

            Relache isn’t doubting Susana’s success. She’s questioning the source of her data.

            My data is also quite different to Susana’s, so I’m inclined to agree with Relache, who's had her own share of success on the site for more than seven years.

            1. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image82
              Wesman Todd Shawposted 9 years agoin reply to this

              When I was new here, Susana helped me and was very friendly about it - the other one was not interested.  I don't doubt Susana, I doubt someone who questions a helpful person for some sort of jr. high status nonsense.

              1. starme77 profile image78
                starme77posted 9 years agoin reply to this

                Well spoken smile I like the way you think smile

              2. Rochelle Frank profile image89
                Rochelle Frankposted 9 years agoin reply to this

                Relache is very direct in her comments, which I have always appreciated. I think both commenters  are helpful-- and they may each have different approaches. Perhaps it proves that there is more than one way to skin the proverbial cat.
                As for the original question, I KNOW it is possible to earn ten dollars in a day, but those days are few and far between for most of us, especially for a new hubber.

    2. viking305 profile image94
      viking305posted 9 years agoin reply to this

      This can be achieved but it will take a lot of writing to do so.
      Write as many good hubs as you can and eventually after a few months you will see some progress with your earnings.
      I agree with Susana that you should write some sales hubs too.  If done right you will be able to earn commission on your Amazon sales which will boost your earnings here.

      Good luck

    3. csmiravite-blogs profile image74
      csmiravite-blogsposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Try to do content. Write for iwriter. You can earn more than that a day. Good luck!


  2. CMHypno profile image84
    CMHypnoposted 9 years ago

    Write an awful lot of hubs on topics that an awful lot of people search for smile

  3. Abin CB profile image60
    Abin CBposted 9 years ago

    Yeah ! Getting 5000 visitor per day how it possible ?

    1. psycheskinner profile image82
      psycheskinnerposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      One hub that gets 5000 visits per day, 5000 hubs that get one visit per day, or something in between....

      1. peeples profile image92
        peeplesposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        And that's the reality of it!

      2. Rochelle Frank profile image89
        Rochelle Frankposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        Brilliant! Now I only need to write about 4,900 more hubs-- and get someone to look at them.

  4. paradigmsearch profile image58
    paradigmsearchposted 9 years ago

    To dream the impossible dream...

  5. Abin CB profile image60
    Abin CBposted 9 years ago

    What about Adsense and Hubpage ?

    1. csmiravite-blogs profile image74
      csmiravite-blogsposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I have been on this thing the last two years and from what I observe, there are a number of very good writers who can make tons of money from sites like HubPages. But they are only few.

      You can read around and see a number of them on this site. Some of them are on this thread. Click on their profile and look at their stats. But  they are only few and you can count them by your fingers. Being in HP is more like a status symbol for me since it is one of the most decent site that we have around. Earning is a bonus. It just shows how good we are in marketing ourselves.

      You're quite young and I have a kid just like you. We had a talk today, and she earns 3 to 5 times more than me in online work. She only writes for odesk and nowhere else. She has 5 to 10 regular clients that gives her regular work. If you want to earn money, go by that route. It has been proven that you can earn a decent living for yourself by doing content for others.

      I write for iwriter as a premium writer, and I earn from it if I don't have offline work. The only problem with me is that, if I earn much from what I do offline, I get lazy to do any writing. I guess, I am driven by money too --- just like anyone else.

      Read around, that's how you learn. I am still learning too!  smile


  6. FatFreddysCat profile image92
    FatFreddysCatposted 9 years ago

    If you have tons of great Hubs and Ninja skill levels in SEO and article marketing to drive traffic to them, I suppose it might be possible -- but still not very likely -- to achieve that amount daily.   

    I stopped holding my breath waiting for an AdSense payout a LONG time ago.

    1. ThoughtsWriter profile image68
      ThoughtsWriterposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Ha, me too. I get steady penny trickles and every now and again some clicks, but that $100 payout is daunting.

      1. Marisa Wright profile image86
        Marisa Wrightposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        It would probably help to do some study on SEO.   

        Tips like, never duplicate your titles - to Google, it looks like you're spinning the same content again and again.  So for instance, don't start every title with "Dating Relationships".     Also, when creating your titles, ask yourself "what would someone type into Google to find this?"   

        I trust you're signed up for the the HP Earnings Program, most people find it pays much better than Adsense alone.

        1. ThoughtsWriter profile image68
          ThoughtsWriterposted 9 years agoin reply to this

          Oh, heck yeah. I do plenty well with Hubpages Ads. Adsense is just a side benefit.

  7. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image82
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 9 years ago

    I've made well over a hundred dollars in a day here....but for the most part, I average maybe three dollars a day.  You should write some very very good product articles, reviews of products you know a LOT about, and can expound upon in a thorough and authoritative manner - while using both amazon and ebay links.

    Here's the hint, the days I made the most money here - I made that money with EBAY.

  8. ChristinS profile image41
    ChristinSposted 9 years ago

    diligence, high quality content that people are searching for, focus on social media as much if not more than trying to appease fickle Google.  I work on developing content people find "shareable" and this gets my views up more than keyword research. I'd rather write what I know.

    Write passionately about things you know and love.  That takes writing from "meh" to really engaging.  The more you do it; the better and faster you get. 

    If you want to make money writing aside from just residual income, sign up for freelancing sites or content development sites.  Write and sell your work on constant-content or start a blog of your own around a niche subject and put ads on that too. 

    I have lots of eggs in lots of baskets.  smile

  9. melbel profile image94
    melbelposted 9 years ago

    I recommend just jumping in and writing articles about things you know about (really well.) Don't write about a topic just because you hear it makes money.

    Make your articles as good as you can. Make them look really nice, find pictures that help make your article look enticing. Break your content up into lists and capsules to make it visually appealing (no huge walls of text.)

    Keep writing and study your content - what's working for you?

    Edit: Meh, user has been banned. Probably wanted the shorter version, haha.

    1. paradigmsearch profile image58
      paradigmsearchposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I wonder what the heck happened there?

    2. csmiravite-blogs profile image74
      csmiravite-blogsposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Weh, the poster got banned in HP! What happened? There is really no short cut to earning money. You have to do it the hard way.  If you want to earn big bucks, better find employment, go into business, or do content right and left. You never win if you game the system.

      Well, just my thinking based on several decades of working in both offline and online portals.


  10. profile image0
    cjnileskiposted 9 years ago

    I reading the comments here to help the gentleman make his $10.00 per day.  One of the posts mentions iwriter.  What is this?
    Being that I am pretty new here, I'm still learning.

  11. relache profile image72
    relacheposted 9 years ago

    Susana said you would "need" 500 pageviews or sales of $150 of goods per day to earn $10 from your Hubs in a day.

    I'm saying you don't "need" those pageviews or those sales, that you could have less of both, and still earn $10 per day from Hubs on this site.

    It all depends on the Hubs, their topics, their traffic and how they earn.  Which is why you have to track your own stats based on your top earners and your most trafficked. 

    Back in the day, a guy named Misha had just a dozen Hubs and made several thousand dollars per month.  Other authors have had to make a thousand Hubs to reach payouts in the hundreds.  The phrase "your mileage may vary" really is quite accurate.

  12. Susana S profile image92
    Susana Sposted 9 years ago

    Ok guys this is how I worked out my figures smile

    Out of 5,000 views per day, (60%) 3000 go to the hubber.

    At a CPM of $3.33 (which is about average I'd say) you get $10 per day.

    So if you were relying solely on income from HP ads, the example above gives you a good idea of what you'd need to aim for.

    Of course many hubbers will get higher or lower average CPM's which would alter the amount of traffic needed. One thing I have noted, is that the lower the traffic you get the higher the CPM. So if you get 50 views per day and your CPM is $12, don't think that will translate to the same if you start getting thousands of views - it doesn't work that way unfortunately.

    Forgetting the HP ad program for a minute, to make $10 per day "just through amazon sales" (yeah that is what I said in my original post) you'd need to sell around $150 worth of goods *if* you're on the 7% tier. 7 % of 150 works out at $10.50.

    If you're using amazon through HP then you get 8.5 % on most sales (unless you are selling a lot of electronics) so you would only need to make about $120 total sales per day to make $10 solely through amazon. 8.5% of 120 = $10.20.

    Ebay I don't do much with so I can't comment on that.

    Now just to blow those figures out of the water, if you are using your own affiliate links you can make a hell of a lot more from a lot less views if you know what you're doing and have a fair wind and a bit of luck smile. I have one such hub that earns between $100 - 200 per month and gets less than 100 views per month.

    As Relache says each hubber's income/traffic ratio will be different, but I hope that the examples I gave are relevant to most people. Or at least give a good idea of how different revenue streams relate to income earned.

    P.S. Wesman you are a true gent. Thank you big_smile

    1. TheDragonBringer profile image91
      TheDragonBringerposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Makes sense. I still try to keep things fairly simple. For me, consistently adding and improving contents make numbers slowly creep in the right direction.

      1. Susana S profile image92
        Susana Sposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        Good strategy smile

    2. TIMETRAVELER2 profile image84
      TIMETRAVELER2posted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Susana  How do you use your own affiliate links here on HP?  I did not know you could do so.  Please advise.

      1. relache profile image72
        relacheposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        There's no special trick at work here, timetraveler2.  If you look at Susana's hubs, you won't see anything that appears out of the ordinary.

        You don't use any affiliates that HubPages directly has banned, you don't break the two-per domain rule and you don't use them so much across all your Hubs they trip any filters.  Hundreds of authors have these sorts of links in their pages, some of them for many years now.

        Of course, doing so means you might wake up one day and find that HubPages has unpublished a lot of your stuff because you are making money and you've cut them out of the loop but since they (HubPages admin) doesn't seem to be able to detect this stuff automatically, it's one of the last ways to game the system here that still exists.  Unless a human moderator reviews a lot of your Hubs, the affiliate links aren't found.

        1. Susana S profile image92
          Susana Sposted 9 years agoin reply to this

          I don't see something that is allowed, and helps the reader, as gaming the system.

          HP are well able to detect affiliate links as has been shown before when they flagged up all hubs containing commission junction links.

          And no there's nothing special about my hubs smile I just put a lot of effort into working out who my readers are and what they want.

      2. Susana S profile image92
        Susana Sposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        "Your own affiliate links" are probably the wrong words to use. I should have said other affiliate networks.

        Have a look around a big affiliate network like commission junction and you'll understand what one is. It basically connects publishers (that's me and you) with companies that will pay commission when you send a visitor to their site and they buy their product or service.

        The main thing to remember is that it's not good to use affiliate links willy nilly. Like amazon or Ebay, the hub has to be highly targeted to earn money.

        1. TIMETRAVELER2 profile image84
          TIMETRAVELER2posted 9 years agoin reply to this

          This all sounds too "iffy" to I'll just make do.  I was just curious about t his, however, because I never knew writers could do this!  Thanks for the info

          1. Susana S profile image92
            Susana Sposted 9 years agoin reply to this

            It's not iffy lol. You're already using affiliates with your Amazon and ebay capsules.

            But to each their own smile

  13. cheaptrick profile image74
    cheaptrickposted 9 years ago

    Have you considered panhandling? for me...


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