Has anyone on Hub Pages made over one thousand dollars online, from their writing, and or affiliate programs?
Yes (over a period months) Over $1000 here, over $1000 from other sites combined (with one site responsible for most of that). Again, though, it sounds better than it really is; because $1000 over a stretch of months isn't great.
Yes I have made about $2000 in 1 year.... but divide that by the number of hours, and you probably get about 40 cents an hour, which isn't anywhere near even decent.
Did you make it with only 55 hubs and 89 fans?
Firstly, fans are almost irrelevant to earnings... they will never click on your ads as they are not allowed!
Secondly, no! Although it says I have been here for 12 months, I have only been publishing hubs for 6 weeks.... my money has been earnt through other things online, I am in the process of writing a hub listing every site that I have made money from, so add me as a fan and one day you will be one of the first to see it!
I have made about $25-$30 from hubpages, in 6 weeks here, which I consider to be a very good start. This includes today, which has been my highest ever adsense day from hubpages (although only about $4)... your earnings get progressively higher....
I'm in about the same place - my earnings come from a combination of HubPages and a couple of websites, with a dribble from Helium. And my hourly rate's about the same!
And Ryan is right, I don't earn money from my fans - they're fellow Hubbers, and they don't click on ads. The money comes from external visitors.
If you are clever.... there is an easy way to make your 'dribble' from helium turn into a 'stream' without writing anything extra. Remind me sometime by sending me an email from my profile and I will tell you how, its not really something to be shared on a public forum.
If you want ryankett, I can write about your "Helium method", put it on my Blog, let my readers know the idea is yours, along with a link back to your site,
Yes, good on you, and thanks for sharing. I understand what you are saying. You can make money online and that is good.
I believe one of the best ways to make money online is with your own blog. Long term anyway. I too have made over $1000 online. Now my goal is to make $10,000 online,
Wish me luck!
Good luck to you. My goal for online dabblings is to make at least a thousand dollars a month in one place. I can see that happening on HubPages if I played my cards right (but I'm not playing my cards right, I have other things that require my attention )
Yes! It is possible but it takes time in the beginning, lots of time.
I own 8 different websites, which are earning just over $40 a day now, and 10 more sites that are waiting for me to develop. I've started them over the past 6 months and I expect that to continue to rise as I continue to add more sites to my portfolio. On top of that I earned just over $4000 from Ebay, this year alone. I usually average around $6000 a year from Ebay.
You cannot expect to just write for one site and hope to make that kind of return. Besides, it would be crazy to "put all your eggs in one basket." I don't expect HP to go anywhere soon but that doesn't mean it's unlikely to get into a pissing contest on the forums and get banned from the site.
I'm sure you have heard of multiple streams of income before, so spread your horizons.
I wish our hubs was open to the real world.I am sure we would all make money.Get rid of greed and welcome the real money and competion.
Pardon? They are open to the real world. That's how I make money.
I'm not sure what you thought you signed up to, but my hubs are there for the world to see.
I'm not really sure what greed you're talking about. I have no greed. I don't think HubPages is hoarding secret stashes of Hubs and not publishing them. If there's competition or no competition - I don't care. As for "real" money, I wouldn't call what I earn "real" money at this point.
This is kind of a contradiction in Terms, you want to make more Money Is that it? If so you are the Greedy one, No!
Because the World is already able to see what you have written, it is what these Sites are about, Exposure, so you have it. How much depends on How good you are at Linking it and coming up with Stuff that people want.
Not from Hubpages yet but its easy to make that much by other writing, assignments, especially as I also do the Illustrations as well..
It takes time and yes multiple streams of income are very important. I make much more than 1000 a month on the internet and hope to be full time internet within 3 years.
It really is possible for the average person as long as you are willing to so what it takes
I make enough money on the internet to have a comfortable lifestyle. Hubpages are a good way to increase your adsense earnings a little and test out different niches.
Most people don't make much money here because they don't write on profitable niches, don't do keyword research and don't actively promote their hubs.
If it is just a hobby it doesn't matter too much, but if you want to earn serious money, you need to take it seriously like any other business.
Yes, many times over, but not from Hubpages. Hubpages crank a few hundreds every month for me. But I am not too active in money making sense here, so $1000 or even more is absolutely realistic goal here, as long as you do not expect this to happen overnight.
As far as I see a lot of people earn there good money. I only try to achieve it.
by 3bagsfull 12 years ago
I am just getting started here and am really liking it. I hope it pays off eventually.I write for examiner.com and have a shop on etsy.com.my hope is that all these sites and others I add will make me $3000 a month. It will take awhile but I believe in the secretask, believe, receivehow about you?
by devsir 12 years ago
Can I start earning from hubpages in 3 months as much as 1000$? Is it possible, impossible or a hard nut to crack. Can anyone advice?
by Sunnyglitter 10 years ago
Is anybody still earning $1000 or more a month at HubPages?I'm wondering how the top earners are doing after all of Google's algorithm changes. My traffic completely died for a few months, but it's back now.
by SunSeven 14 years ago
Before starting here at Hubpages around 11 weeks ago, I was quite active at myLot, which is another honest site that really paid me well. In between I tried my hand in paid to click programmes and paid to read email programmes, which did not give the satisfaction Hubpages gave me. Here's a new hub...
by Brian 12 years ago
Well, it seems to me that my traffic is never going to increase.I am lucky to get one hit a week now, and the only traffic I am getting is from google.I know that being away for a while doesn't help much, but none of my other sites are doing any better. With all the stuff that is going on with my...
by healthmom 9 years ago
I'm exploring to this whole hub concept... is it really worth all the hassle and uncertainty of writing/working for yourself online or do you think it's better to just get a real brick-and-mortar job?
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