Has any one made any money on hub pages I am doubtful I have not made 1c
it takes time, and you've only been here 2 weeks. give yourself time and patience and it will start coming in, it looks like you have some great hubs to bring people in. some make a substantial amount and it can be done. I found this article today which you might like to read: http://hubpages.com/hub/pro-contra-affiliate-marketing . It took me a while before I made my first few pennies, but lately, I've seen more clicks and it's slowly building. Keep writing and do a lot of reading and researching here on how to write great hubs and make money. happy hubbing.
Seven Hubs and two weeks is just a start. If you are really geared towards making money, you should be ready to invest a good year in building up the size of your Hub portfolio and learning to make really quality Hubs. It takes most people one to two years, depending on the topics they pick and how they write, to get a steady and decent income stream from HubPages.
It took me 15 months before I got paid. Don't give up, just don't focus on making money. Focus on your writing instead and the learning that you will go through.
Hubpages is the best place to make money online, I really like this place and I believe you can make money as soon as you have enough Hubs to do so!
Hi, of your 7 Hubs, only one, the skillet one possibly has any money making potential. The political ones don't (I should know). The foreclosures, etc., you would think would, actually don't. The reason is that those subjects are too competitive for you to get on the first page of Google search results given to a person searching for that info. You would need a LOT of links to your Hub for that to happen.
Pick more subjects like the skillet and make sure you have done proper SEO.
Based on your profile, it looks like you've been a member for only a couple of weeks. It's pretty early to expect much (anything) in terms of earnings. People do make money, although the kind of Hub you write makes a big difference. If you write about something people are searching for, and your Hub is useful and unique you're more likely to earn more than if you write for the sake of writing (without paying much attention to whether people will be searching for the subject). Then again, with lower-earning kinds of writing you can make up for it some with lots of Hubs. If you don't write Hubs just for the purpose of earning, and want to write "what you feel like writing", you can always boost your earnings by writing what you like (for the most part), but throw in a few "higher-earning type" Hubs into the mix.
It also helps to come up with titles and key words that will increase your Hubs' chances of getting traffic.
I too am new and I believe that it will take a while, as with any business. What I am doing is reposting articles I have written with another website. Altogether, there will be about 50. Then I will concentrate on original ones. I may make it topic specific, such as health and wellness. I find that sticking to one topic may make it easier to concentrate. One to two original hubs a week should not be too straining.
If you expect HP to be fast and easy money, you will be disappointed. Sorry.
I've been told it takes about 50 quality hubs to start making any meaningful amount. At 28 hubs, I've made a few, very few, dollars so far. But I am willing to publish hubs at a regular rate for a long time. I think HP is a good place to make some money online. If you are dedicated, you can make a good living.
by Tony Mead 6 years ago
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by sam24354 2 years ago
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by Eric Luong 5 years ago
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by James Paterson 12 months ago
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by Mary Craig 5 years ago
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