How do you get more people interested in your hubs and eventually make some money.
I don't seem to be asking or answering the right questions. I also don't seem to be writing something that is striking interest. I have never asked for help or never been as poor as I am now, never had trouble finding a job. When I used up my savings for furher education, I thought it would increase my chances of a better job. I really feel lost in this world today.
there's really no limit to what you can do. writing great articles is a definite plus, but being affilitaed with google adsense, ebay, amazon, etc.... is the things which make you money. and for my hubs, i copy and paste the links into my facebook account where hundreds of my friends can see it. there's a suggestion! good luck! i'll be one of your fans if you become one of mine!
First of all, attitude is a big factor. I know it is hard when everything seems to be falling all around you. But people can sense your mood and that does not help. Faith has got me through so many valleys. It is always easy to have faith when you are on a mountain top, but when in a valley it is very hard but that is the time you need it the most. God is always there.
It has taken me 10 years of ups and downs to finally find something to give me the success I have always wanted. I work with people everyday and will help anyone that will prove they will put out the effort.
The first thing is to write about things that people want to know about. The HubPages IdeaBank is a great place to get ideas for Hubs, as these are topics that HubPages has posted because their stats show people are searching for info on those topics.
Then you want to do some promotion for your Hubs. There are TONS of Hubs written on how to get more traffic, do promotion and more. Here's one that I wrote which you might find helpful. http://hubpages.com/hub/Improve-Your-Hub-Earnings
A big piece of it is picking the right topic to write about. Check out these hubs if you want an example of someone that makes money and has written about 50 hubs in a niche. http://hubpages.com/profile/James+Montgomery
As a few people have mentioned, there are a lot of hubs available connected to your question, and hubbers have different styles, so you should be able to find some answers that suit you - have fun discovering them!
Also, in connection with Sherry's mention of attitude, HubPages does seem to be a good example of the 'give and you shall receive' maxim. From your profile, I would say this makes sense to you - do remember to read about yourself there, too, and smile!
While it can be hard to maintain a positive attitude when experiencing difficulties, I always feel better when I think I have something to offer others - so commenting on other people's hubs and answering questions can be a boost. This can also bring attention to you and your work and then boost both.
Of course, you may already be doing this - if so, I'd say that's something worth keeping up. And please don't allow over-expectation to pull you down - you've not been here long, after all, and I have read a lot that says interest builds over time.
Very best wishes!
by Missy Smith 2 years ago
I was wondering if anyone would consider taking the time to stroll through my hubs and read a few? I would love more feedback, and I think it would help me get to know other hubpage authors. Thanks!
by TheRaptorClaw 7 years ago
How can i attract traffic to my hubs?Hey darkside, i really want to get more traffic for my hubs and you can check them out if you want but i was told to ask you about this problem. That you know how to help me. Please help.
by Deb Hirt 5 years ago
If I start a blog with my birding pictures at Boomer Lake would people be interested in viewing?I would also have some commentary and music that would be related to nature.
by Reve 6 years ago
Why all the hubs need to take revision at a time?It can not be fair if the authority asks for the revision out of no where as most of these hubs have been published for almost 4 weeks. What is the reason that they didn't review those hubs soon after it publishes?
by Caitlin Goodwin 2 weeks ago
I've scrounged HubPages for this challenge as I posted one Sunday, one yesterday, and am working on what today. With only 20 hubs in the years I have been on here, I think it would be a great challenge. Is anyone currently undertaking this? Do you have any other advice?
by Susan Hambidge 20 months ago
It has taken 2 years, but I just got an email letting me know I had been paid from HubPages. I gazed at that email with pride for ages, even stroked the screen a couple of times with affection!I am pretty sure it will only take 4 months now to the next payout, thanks to the niche sites. Of course,...
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