How many Hubs you write each day,quantity has to do with earning money from Hub

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  1. erumkhan profile image61
    erumkhanposted 13 years ago

    How many Hubs you write each day,quantity has to do with earning money from Hub pages or not?

  2. sumanii profile image64
    sumaniiposted 13 years ago

    I am trying to increase my hubs per day.My personal opinion is that earnings will depend on quantity but it is important to maintain quality for long term benefit and reputation.

  3. Susana S profile image92
    Susana Sposted 13 years ago

    I don't personally think it's as much to do with quantity of hubs - for me it's much more about the quantity and quality of traffic to your hubs. You could have one hub that got 5,000 hits a day or you could have 600 hubs that got 5,000 hits per day. It's not the number of hubs, but the amount of visitors from search engines that matters.

    For instance, hubber Misha has 21 hubs and has just passed the 2 million visits threshold - he's one of the top earners here. Other hubbers have hundreds of hubs and are no where near that amount of traffic and also earn a lot less.

    The average given by HubPages staff is $2-$5 in adsense earnings per 1000 visits and this tallies pretty well with my experience. Factor in sales hubs focused on amazon income and you can boost the income per 1000 visits to $20 or more.

  4. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image81
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 13 years ago

    There is a balance to be achieved.  Quantity is very good, and quality is very good.  If you are deeply into a subject, then go all out with it.  I've hit five thousand words on a hub before, and with dozens of pictures and videos.

    There are many cases, however, when you can create a quality hub with three or six hundred words, a video; and a picture.  The end question will always be whether or not YOU think you'd done a good job.  If you are happy with your work, then nobody anywhere can tell you that you've not done a good job, or if they do, then it shouldn't matter to you if you think you've done a good job.

  5. lilibees profile image61
    lilibeesposted 13 years ago

    I find quantity and quality work well for me. I think the quality is most important though. My quanty comes in on certain day depend on my mood. Sometimes I write one hub and that brings up an idea for another and so on. Some days one is all I got!

  6. Jon Hunt profile image60
    Jon Huntposted 12 years ago

    It depends on if your hubs "explode." Like for one article I had 100 views for a day and another article I had only like 10. Just find your niche that works well and take advantage!


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