Congrats ...... My 119-dollar check is in process. This is my fourth check since joining hubpages. I have completed 2 years with hubpages but I had not been regular with HP for around 1 and a half years and in the last six months, I have become pretty regular. I came back in form in August and I have written maximum hubs since that time. I have seen my monthly income increasing from 2 dollars, then 10, then 20, then 38, then 48, and this month according to my calculation, it will be around 54 dollars.
Time will come when I will increase it to 100 dollars and then 200 and 300 and 400 and 500.
I think if all goes well, this part-time money will be my pension for life when I will retire.
So hip hip hooooray. I love you hubpages. big smooooooooch.......mmmmhhaaaaa
Please share your stories...
Still I am in basic level only..
I am in regularly active, but the payment there is some fluctuation and it is not predictable, which type of hub will earn how much and when?
Congrats for your active participation..
That is awesome Soni !! well done ,keep up the good work.
My progress seems very slow ,but at least each month I have made a little bit more, so maybe ....who knows.
That is great. The message "payment issued" is one message I love seeing every month
Congratulations. I just wrote a hub about my experiences:
Making money on hubpages
Well done mate, hitting the same figures myself and like you I agree it's deff down to the skills of Hubpages. I would deff never try and build a website again, why bother when you have a great team that does it for you.
Do you know badcompany, one of my friend is getting around 700 hits on his newly built site but then also he is not earning a decent adsense income. I had a google chat with him yesterday and he asked me how much money you are earning and I told him that I have started earning 50 and might be more dollars up until the end of this month from google adsense alone. He said that from how many visitors and I told him on an average 1000 hits daily. I told him to leave his own site building because it takes a lot of time to do all the web designing and everything and start writing some good quality hubs through your hubpages account instead and the money will roll in positively. Here is the link to his profile, http://hubpages.com/profile/sangeetjass. He joined hubpages around the same time as I did and see the difference.
That's why I do not like wasting my time creating web sites and even on blogger and use it only for creating skeleton blogs to my hubs.
by Nelle Hoxie7 years ago
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by Nelle Hoxie7 years ago
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by CrystalStarWoman7 years ago
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by Kenneth C Agudo3 years ago
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