HOW DOES WRITING AN ARTICLE MAKE MONEY? I JUST DON'T GET IT,ALSO HOW DO I FIND OUT HOW MUCH ON HUB
WHO SENDS THE MONEY?
You article will make money if it interest people.. thus causing a wave of traffic.. - backlinks and keywords also help .. but it must be interesting enough so people pass it around themselves. You get paid through affiliate programs such as google adsense ... You can sign up through Hub which gives you multiple different ways to do it.. but after setting that all up... it essentially relies on your writing skills and your ability to find something that many are interested in reading about.
Attention of traffic by the interest of people will increase the payment of money which largely depends upon the topic and the skill of presentation.
I wrote a whole hub on how to make money on the web (mostly with writing)...http://hubpages.com/hub/Making-Extra-Money-on-the-Web
The key I find is to find a niche and write decent content within this niche - you'll then hopefully get decent search engine listings and decent traffic.
With Adsense, affiliations etc you'll then start earning revenue...
As for hubpages - you have to have an affiliate account, an ebay account, a Google Adsense account etc - any earning then get paid through these accounts.
by mohit_malik 8 years ago
can any one tell me how much money is paid by the google adsense for writing an article??
by Colleen Swan 5 years ago
I read that we should not repeat the keywords contained our hub url in the capsule titles within our article. Hence, if I am writing an article called (how to make a meat pie) and I have 30 capsules about the procedure; must I ensure that all of those capsules must not contain the words "meat...
by Ethel Smith 7 months ago
I wonder who makes any money via Amazon ads. I updated an old Hub tonight to delete a newly broken link and tidied it up along the way tonight. There was already an amazon product in the Hub which has been there since the Hub was created in 2011. Tonight it was snipped. tbh I just don’t get it.
by Farrah Young 2 months ago
I read on here that articles that aren't moved to the niche sites don't get as much live as those on the niche sites.Would it be wise to continue writing here knowing there's the possibility of that happening, although I try to make my articles optimized in the hopes it will pull in some traffic...
by Umesh Chandra Bhatt 3 months ago
I am a beginner here and have only 1 article to my credit. It will take some time for me to reach the 10 mark. So Google Adsense approval is not a possibility till then.Can someone tell me what are the other ways to earn money here till Google Adsense account is approved.
by Michelle Zunter 3 years ago
After many hubbers tried so hard to sign up with Google Adsense, has it made any difference for them in traffic, etc, once they finally got it?
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