This is the second nonsensical thread I've seen of yours in this sub-forum.
You might be better off posting them somewhere else.
He probably heard somewhere that forum posting increases traffic, but to copied content....!?!
I spoke too soon about it being the second. All four posts are complete nonsense.
Which leads me to believe he has more than likely copied and pasted someone elses forum posts...lol
OH! I remember you. You are the guy with a hubscore of 1 and plaigarizing all the time! Tell me, how did you do it? I mean, I wouldn't have the nerves to copy 192 hubs from other sites. I have too many better things to do. You are so lucky...
wow. seems like there are more of you out here than one would expect. maybe a policy update is in order. on the site for two weeks, and it's amazing to discover what is allowed here, without accountability.
Hunh. Have to admit I don't quite get it; did I miss something? The Hubchallenge (as far as I've been able to ascertain) amounts to a group effort to crank out Hubs on a consistent basis. It doesn't exist to make money per se.
True, a lot of us could use more than an extra penny or two, so we do enable AdSense on our Hubs...but I haven't seen any requirement for Hubchallengers to do that.
Now, will the average Hubber make more money if he/she writes more Hubs? Most likely. One can hope. So there would be / is a CORRELATION between the Hubchallenge and making money.
However, one of the first principles we were taught in one of my college classes is that:
CORRELATION DOES NOT EQUAL CAUSATION.
So, NO, the Hubchallenge is not specifically "make money fro Google adsense"...but if I (for example) write more and better Hubs and as a RESULT make more money, that's a good thing.
The goal as I understand it is to increase google and other search engine traffic to Hubpages by increase productivity. That in turn brings more earnings.
So far, my traffic has increased from search engines and I have seen an increase in earnings.
OUCH! You guys are tough. I like it : )
No reason to beat around the bush I guess. Tell em like it is and maybe they'll get the hint.
I'm just really getting started with HubPages, so I can't honestly vouch for how much money it can generate for your work. I am though impressed with the amount of support that is given on this site. Get-rich fast schemes are all over the net, but HubPages doesn't seem like one of those schemes.
I'm doing the challenge because I want to build my skills as a freelance writer, which means writing on a daily basis instead of waiting for inspiration or some big opportunity to arise. And while 30 hubs may only bring you a few dollars from the start, there's no other way you're gonna make money in this process without producing hubs or articles. That much we do know.
It also seems to meet the net has already arrived as the main source for information for lots of people. So as a freelancer, I need to learn how to take advantage of online media. HubPages seems to be a way to do that.
The purpose of the original hubchallenge that was started by Courtney Tuttle back in May was to make money. He was conducting an experiment to see how much money he could make if he cranked out 100 hubs and created backlinks for each hub.
Oh goodness, another random thread by this guy.
Say hello to the closed forum fairy!
*ting* (hits forum post with wand)
by Jonathan Cooper 14 months ago
I attempt to try my best to improve my traffic and increase my earnings of Google Adsense, but it seems that I can still earn only a little per day. Do you have any tip and suggestion on how to get more traffic for your hubs at Hubpages?
by chhoeuth 8 years ago
Here's a few tips:1) Create URLs that are meaningful.2) Choose Titles which aren't misleading.3) Write about what you know.4) Don't copy and paste content from elsewhere and try and pass it off as your own work.
by Glen 8 years ago
I'll be posting a brief of each of the team members of the HubChallenge sub-forum. If you need help, get pointed in the right direction, some helpful tips and advice, you can ask these guys.First up, Ryan!1. Ryan Hupfer AKA The Hup Challenge2. Intentions for joining the last HubChallenge back in...
by Ultimate Hubber 9 years ago
Those of you who have completed their 30 in 30 days challenge, how did it go?Did you see any rise in traffic and profits?And how was the overall experience?As for me...I learned a lot from all that stuff Darkside, Ryan and other expereinced hubbers posted over here. Yes the traffic did rise, thus...
by Simone Haruko Smith 2 years ago
Are you in the midst of a Hub Challenge? Fantastic! Should you like to share the Hubs you have published as you continue along on your epic journey, share them here. Please do not post Hub links in other threads or start a new thread for individual Hubs. That makes things messy, and makes it harder...
by thefedorows 3 years ago
What can I do to earn more money on Hubpages? Advice for a newbie.As a new hubber, I have a lot to learn! From your experience, what have you found draws more traffic to your hubs? Please share your 3 best tips to earn money and be successful on Hubpages.
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