How long does it take to start making money on Hubpages.
I'v been hearing from people that they are making money their first 3 weeks sence joing hubpages and I am almost at my 4th week of hubpages and I have not made a single cent. I was being stupid at the begining and making 2 hubs my first day, realizing that making short ones doesnt help, I took lots of time editing them, then I was making about 1 (sometimes 2) good, quality hubs for the next 3 weeks. I was wondering how long it took a average person on Hubpages to start making money.
You can earn money right away. Everytime someone clicks on one of your ads you earn money. Be sure your adsense / other affiliate details are filled in correctly.
If you just make good quality hubs, you will get a lot of visitors which equals a lot of money!
You have the potential to start earning right away, that is once you've published Hubs and joined the affiliate programs. However, it takes most people several weeks to several months to build up enough of a traffic base to start seeing actual earnings.
I've been on the site for almost four years now, and it seems that the folks who get a basic grasp on promotion and who are writing on topics that draw visitors manage to get their first Google payout in 6 months to a year.
Patience is the key. I'm for 4 months on hubpages and have 10$ on adsense. But still, try to write the text with more words. (I have the same problem-making short hubs)
by The Donkey 2 years ago
I'm new to HubPages, so give me a break if this is a terrible question. I nearly have 40 followers, and I have posted 15 hubs in 5-6 weeks. When do you start making the big bucks?
by mathair 6 years ago
I am a member of Hubpages for 6 months an I have 20 Hubs. (Due to illness I stopped writing for a little while) However i have made a total of 94cent on Google an absolutely nothing through Amazon. Should I give up now or keep trying? Honestly?
by Erin Buttermore 5 years ago
How many views per Hub is average? How many does it take to start making money?
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
When one is ready to start "making money" on HP, do you have to start over with all new hubs?If you have already written so many hubs, and then decide to start "making money," does it kick out all of your previous hubs and you have to start fresh, or does it allow you to keep...
by TMApsey 6 years ago
How long did it take you to start making money from Google Adsense?I still have yet to get a single click on my Google ads.
by C R MANJUNATH 5 years ago
Hi HubbersI am new hubber joined hubpages a week ago. I have so far published 6 hubs and all are featured and i just have total views of 140 so far.My questions is since i am from india.I don't have right to access Amazon ad program.And I don't have google adsense account also. What should i be...
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