First you must unpublish it,if it is presently on your profile.
Next, there are a few good places to try to sell it
Constant Content is a good payer
Offline magazines and papers is another place .
Writers market may help
Not as easy as you think. If you write really good hubs and they rank high on search engines you can write articles for other people and make good money.
All you need do is explain it on your HP bio on what you write and how you charge. But then, you'll be so busy writing hubs that you won't have time to do ghostwriting stuff.
Just figure this; a top-ranking hub can earn you $10 or more per month, with the sky being the limit. Writing for someone else will earn you about $20 per article, but that will be that.
I've done ghostwriting myself at oDesk and I've only received my first pay from HP. But whether you want to believe it or not, writing your own articles is far better.
Dude's been here for six weeks, has two hubs, and he/she's already looking to sell them? Sheesh.
Nothing's wrong with selling Hubs, although it doesn't happen that often. It's just naive to assume that anyone's going to be interested in your Hubs when you have no track record as a writer.
are you making a fun of me?????
I just have hubs but and i joined hubpages to get some money in my pocket but i didn't find it would help that's why I thought to try this way out..
You outbid me I was going to offer 3 rupees and 10 cents (Canadian) for the lot.
why you want to buy hubs ..what will you do with them??
I will print them and make exquisite origami boxes out of them.
aahahahahaha.......great.....you just realizing me the value of my hubs
Should I just spend my money on proper origami paper instead? Please advise. Actually, you could write a hub to give me advice about this.
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