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How many articles do you think must be published on Hubpages every week to earn

  1. kksonakiya profile image77
    kksonakiyaposted 7 years ago

    How many articles do you think must be published on Hubpages every week to earn a bill-paying...


  2. Scott_Grigg profile image44
    Scott_Griggposted 7 years ago

    My best guess is that the key is not how many articles have to be published, but how high your hub pages rank on Google, so when someone types in the right keywords your article comes up in the first page of searches.

  3. The Pink Panther profile image68
    The Pink Pantherposted 7 years ago

    It depends what source of income you're looking at - Google adsense, Clickbank affiliate products, Amazon products, etc.

    The key to making sufficient money on hubpages is to write quality hubs, persuing keyword terms that are high in searches but low in competition.

    If this ranks on google you should recieve adequate traffic, and if that traffic can convert to, say, ad clicks, you're on your way to making a bill-paying income from hubpages.

  4. rich_hayles profile image58
    rich_haylesposted 7 years ago

    Its not about quantity, its about quality. Some of the successful hubbers that I chat to have a small selection of well written and researched hubs yet they make a good amount from them. People with loads of poor quality hubs make very little.
    It can sometimes pay better to market the small amount of hubs you have rather than just flood the "market" with crap.

  5. BobbiRant profile image61
    BobbiRantposted 7 years ago

    It's also not about quality, as some may lead you to believe.  Once I figure out the 'gimmick' I'll be way ahead of the earning money game.

  6. David.Reed profile image51
    David.Reedposted 7 years ago

    How long's a piece of string? smile

    And how big are your bills lol! Hubpages rank really, really well in the search engines. I used to make little mini-niche sites before Hubpages was born, and ended up having a nice 'bill-paying' consistent income from it. Some of the sites converted well, and some just plain didn't.

    It's all about the market you choose and the quality of the content you write. People like quality content. People pass quality content around. Someone else here said that quality content was key. I really agree with that.