Who is the top earner on Hubpages?

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  1. my-success-guru profile image56
    my-success-guruposted 13 years ago

    Who is the top earner? I heard of one lady earning around $1800 per month. Do you think you can eventually double or triple this?

    1. weblog profile image59
      weblogposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Hmmm... Where did you hear that? Within HubPages?

      1. my-success-guru profile image56
        my-success-guruposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        Hey weblog I googled something like top Hubpage earner.

    2. frogdropping profile image81
      frogdroppingposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Paul Deeds. Not rocket science. Though I'm thinking his secretary (Ryan) and hairdresser (Maddie) work hard to keep him sane and sensible smile

      1. anime_nanet profile image60
        anime_nanetposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        Froggie is right. The biggest earner is for sure the founder of the site. He gets a take on all pieces of the pie smile

        Oh yeah, Paul Deeds is a genious!!!

      2. Lgali profile image58
        Lgaliposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        very nice

    3. traceye profile image59
      traceyeposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      dammit - I thought my $700 last month was good (primarily Amazon sales).  Looks like I'll have to do some more work.


      1. apeksha profile image58
        apekshaposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        how.I wan know...plz tell me..

        1. traceye profile image59
          traceyeposted 13 years agoin reply to this

          LOL - I knew there was a reason I don't come onto the forums much - too many of my secrets to spill, but since you ask.

          The secret to making money with Amazon is to target actual product names.  Go to Amazon and have a look at which products are selling well.  Then go to the Google Adwords Tool to see if that product is also getting decent searches (around 1000 or more per month).  Next go to Google and check your competition.  Type this into Google intitle:"your keyword" to see how many pages are also using the same keyword in their title.  Find keywords that have less than 700 pages that have that keyword in the title.

          Make a hub using that exact keyword.  Write good quality original content.  Add one or two amazon modules AND add your affiliate link directly as well (no more than twice on the page to keep within Hub rules).

          Make sure your links have a good call to action like - Click Here to see Amazon's latest price (or something).

          Next your hub will probably rank fairly well to begin with because hubs usually do, but I also do a fairly extensive backlinking campaign to my hubs as well.

          Start with articles writing 2 or so articles per hub and using your resource box link your keyword back to your hub.  Find other places to leave your backlink if you can (don't spam though obviously).

          Also consider writing more than one hub and linking them together - that will give you a bit of a boost in Google too.

          Um .. that should get you started.

          Dammit - I hate spilling all my secrets.

          Take care hubbers

          1. livewithrichard profile image75
            livewithrichardposted 13 years agoin reply to this

            Thanks Tracey this was very good advice.

      2. profile image48
        CabinGirlposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        That was good Tracey, well done !

      3. kmackey32 profile image60
        kmackey32posted 13 years agoin reply to this

        Wow thats awesome. I have only made pennys a day so far... Good job

      4. spuds profile image58
        spudsposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        $700 impressive. I get mixed results and my earnings fluctuate, nothing like $700 though. Must work harder!

    4. curiozities profile image60
      curiozitiesposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      I can tell you who is the bottom earner--me.  I've made zero, zip, zilch, nada so far.  I hope to double or triple this to triple zero in the near future. smile

  2. dishyum profile image58
    dishyumposted 13 years ago

    Adsense is the major source and it wouldn't like the publisher talking about earnings so openly!

  3. Lissie profile image65
    Lissieposted 13 years ago

    Well I think in terms of hubbers ben is looking good for that title ... http://www.makemoneyonlinewithseo.com/m … es-week-6/

    1. profile image48
      badcompany99posted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Great article Lissie, cheers for the link, jeeez doncha just love that girls smile smile

      Have a good weekend Lissie !

    2. Ladybird33 profile image67
      Ladybird33posted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you, I am learning so much and I know that I am not the top earner...yet smile

    3. ngureco profile image80
      ngurecoposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Lissie, this is great for Ben. Who is Ben on Hubpages?

      1. Typhoon profile image65
        Typhoonposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        It's not hard to figure out if you read the articles... the topics he has hubs about are mind-numbingly boring. I can see why people click smile

      2. Lissie profile image65
        Lissieposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        I am lucky enough to have one of his ID's as my affiiate - but I'm not saying. The trouble with having some success is that people start copying you - often word for word - that's why some of us have muliple ID's here.

        @Tracey - awesome description re Amazon- which is definitly my achilles spot at the moment. I will be applying those principals in the future.

        @research analyst Grizz is the master - I laugh everytime people worry about writing long hubs - I don't think Grizz says hello in less than 2000 words! He published income figures back earlier this year in the $20k range  - a month that is!

        1. traceye profile image59
          traceyeposted 13 years agoin reply to this

          And Adsense is my achilles heel(although ever since I discovered Griz 6 months ago it's slowly creeping up), seems you always stick with what you know works best for you.


    4. profile image0
      girly_girl09posted 13 years agoin reply to this

      I agree with him, I personally would rather spend time researching keywords and writing as many articles as possible, rather than spending time building backlinks to my hubs.

      Like he said, if you're going to spend 5+ hours per hub promoting it via backlinks, then you might as well be promoting your own blog where you earn 100% of everything.

      It's all about finding topics that have low competition and pay moderately well - they don't have to be hubs about topics that earn $10 a click!!. If you have 10 hubs that equal $1 clicks, chances are you can rank higher from those keywords and get more traffic and earn more, anyways. I wrote a few hubs here and there that pay a lot from clicks, but I only get about 1 click a month. It's nice, but I'd rather spend my time writing about more interesting topics that I could write about that'll give me 50 clicks a month and earn me double on th-e 'high earning' topic....it all equals out. big_smile

      Hopefully that makes sense. I've already started celebrating America's b-day. wink

  4. countrywomen profile image61
    countrywomenposted 13 years ago

    Maddie Ruud makes about $1000 per month from google adsense : http://hubpages.com/hub/Using-Hubpages- … ulum-vitae

    1. london_guide profile image66
      london_guideposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Oh my God. That's great but could you please tell me if it is from hubpages alone?

      1. countrywomen profile image61
        countrywomenposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        I can't clarify that. Maybe Maddie/Mark can elaborate further. smile

        1. Maddie Ruud profile image76
          Maddie Ruudposted 13 years agoin reply to this

          Yes, that figure referred to my AdSense income from hubs alone (not including EBay/Amazon).  Of course, I do make more than that from HubPages, if you count my salary as a staff member wink

          And no, I am not the top earner (in terms of revenue from hubs).

  5. profile image0
    Useful Knowledgeposted 13 years ago

    I am not the highest earner on Hubpages. However, I wish I was.
    That would be so AWESOME!!!

    1. Gurdit Singh profile image57
      Gurdit Singhposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      I have just started on hubpages. Thanks to Paul Deeds I do not mind him taking the cut :-) however I am sure it would be a tough journey doing $1000 a month from Adsense . Also great going Ben this is great earning $50-$60 a day from Hubpages.

  6. profile image0
    girly_girl09posted 13 years ago

    I should add that hubpages is also a great way to test the waters of your niche. I know I thought I had come across the BEST NICHE EVER a month or so ago. Turns out, it barely made anything and I was basing my estimates off of CPC that was probably being paid for Google SE results, only.

    If, I would've spent days writing content for a blog and promoting it like crazy, it would've been a HUGE waste of my time, not to mention a disapointment.

    If anyone wants to start a new niche site, you should definitely post a few articles here first and see how they fare.

    I've never done a niche site/blog, because honestly it seems like too much work. Maybe in the future I'll find a hot niche because of my hubpage writing that I can use.

    1. embitca profile image85
      embitcaposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      I totally agree with this. I don't set up a new website for any topic without trying out a couple of hubs and a few EZA articles first. No sense spending money on domains for something that won't perform like you were hoping. Plus, then you have places to add backlinks when you do build the site smile

  7. Research Analyst profile image79
    Research Analystposted 13 years ago

    This reminds me of a blogger named Grizzly he makes a ton of money from adsense and he writes really long indept posts on his blog, which some may consider long and drawn out, but I actually find the information interesting and useful, which I think is why grizzly is so popular and he has a following of readers to his blogs. Funny he said that he wasn't even expecting it to happen that way.

  8. aniketgore profile image60
    aniketgoreposted 13 years ago

    nice contents in all posts

  9. curiozities profile image60
    curiozitiesposted 13 years ago

    Who is this Griz/Grizzly dude everyone is talking about?  Is he a hubber or a blogger elsewhere?  Anyone have a link to his hubpages and/or blog?  I'd appreciate it.  Thanks.

    1. earnestshub profile image87
      earnestshubposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      If you type "internet marketing for beginners" in to Google you'll be soaking in grizzly juice in no time!

    2. Lissie profile image65
      Lissieposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      make money
      make money with adsense
      make money online

      He hasn't posted for a while but it will take a month or 2 to get thru those three :-)

  10. rastrother profile image37
    rastrotherposted 13 years ago

    dont ask maddie or mark anything you dont want a stirn answer too.

  11. forlan profile image60
    forlanposted 13 years ago

    i suggest hubpages inform the top ten earner so we can learn from the best hubbers

  12. AEvans profile image74
    AEvansposted 13 years ago

    It is Lissie she is going to kill me since I told her secret. big_smile
    Mark Knowles and Misha come in 2nd and 3rd.:::::::::::big_smile
    It is a woman's world. smile

  13. profile image0
    Nelle Hoxieposted 13 years ago

    Maddie, Does hubpages know how much individual Hubbers make from Amazon and Adsense? I thought you could just see what happened from your impressions.

    1. LondonGirl profile image79
      LondonGirlposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      And you wouldn't necessarily know about the hubbers who have more than one account, would you?

    2. Maddie Ruud profile image76
      Maddie Ruudposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      We could only calculate roughly based on the fact that we get 40% of impressions.  And that's pretty impractical, anyway.  There are far too many users for us to do that for every individual.

  14. profile image49
    goginooposted 12 years ago

    great guys

    Search engine optimizaiton

    lets keep it up the good work wink

  15. salt profile image60
    saltposted 12 years ago

    Thanks - Tracy talked about all the work she does to backlink and search amazon and google with keywords. I am just beginning to learn this one.... I wish someone would create a step by step guide to this. As I do learn by trial and error and it does seem that I take in what I can as I go.. which at present suits my writing and my lifestyle.

    Maybe I will make some money out of this eventually?! And congratulations to all that have!!!!

    1. Susana S profile image93
      Susana Sposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      I have written a step by step guide - a few in fact smile One on webpage optimization - bascially how to do keyword research and then what to do with them once you've found them. And another one I've just written talks about all the areas of learning needed to be successful online and in what order you need to learn them and do them. If you can't find them on my profile, send me an email.


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