Can you make money on HubPages writing on sports and entertainment?
I'm not particularly interested in writing on how to add music to your ipod or reviews of the newest laptop sleeve or the best hotel in Jamaica, so, I guess I'm wondering if anyone has a financial success story of writing on sports or entertainment on HubPages?
You can make money in any niche, but it won't be quite as much as business usually. Its actually probably better to write about what you want to. Business is really hard to get traffic in.
My niche is videogames, exercise(mainly muscle building), and some misc stuff. (o and hunting stuff)
Your just going to need more quantity cause they pay lower PPC.
Yes you can make money on hubpages on writing all niches. Only thing is the money you will get depends on the CPC of your keyword or niche.
Since those niches are medium paying you have to write more to get better money.
You can make money about two flies crawling up the wall, if there is interest in that. So I'd say go for it sports writing should be profitable if it is of good quality and about recent events in particular.
Yeah you can but its only depend on your content that how much your content is attractive towards readers.
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