Hi Chuck. I have just signed on to HubPages. Do you have any advice for the beginner?
I want to make money doing this. Do you have any great suggestions for beginning success?
I hear Check telling you to start writing first and ask question after.
Welcome to HubPages!
First of all, sign up for Adsense, Amazon and Kontera to start earning. However, signing up does not mean that you will definitely earn money but you will (after some time).
Secondly, writing is great but you need to be patience. Money will flow in slowly but surely.
Third, write quality content, have a bout 400 words or more (1,000 words are better), remember to put inportant keywords (tags) and finally, try to promote your other articles by using the Link capsules.
Lastly, if you need any help, throw me a question and I will be glad to assist you in anyway possible!
Good luck and glad you joined HubPages!
I've only been on Hubpages a couple of weeks, but I have discovered a treasure trove of useful advice and information here. As for advice, it is no different than anywhere else on the web. To be successful, just remember this word: QUALITY. Think of the word like a magnet: QUALITY keywords + QUALITY content = QUALITY traffic, QUALITY backlinks, and QUALITY RESULTS. Just look at any successful hub or site and they all share that core idea. Don't try blackhat, don't try shortcuts, and don't try get-rich schemes. Sew the seeds of QUALITY slowly and wisely....later you will be surprised at the results.
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