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Do you think it looks bad on Hubpages that they do like Examiner and place ads on job boards?...
They up and tell you on here this is not meant as a primary source of income and that most people do not make that much so why are they clogging up boards where people are seriously looking for work?
Well as long as it does not interfere with me been able to write my content freely, and enjoy all the benefits that I currently do, I guess it is not a bad thing. It they start doing things that they notice will bring a difference towards their image, they will surely change. They are really good people, the ones running HubPages.
I haven't used examiner so I can't speak for that site, but I do think hubpages is something people should know about. While it is rarely a primary source of income, I feel like it could help out a lot of lower income families with some extra cash each month. Having said that, I don't think it should be posted on job boards, at least, not separately. I remember seeing examiner post on a board and they had like 12 different jobs listed, but it was all the exact same thing. Just list it once.
I think the issue is that nobody is going to jump into article marketing and just start making a living wage any time soon. I think it's very possible to make good money with this gig, but it's going to take a long while to learn the game, and produce enough good articles to generate that income.
So in other words. . . .it's something that can do well for anyone; but it would have to be like a side project, and a long range project. This isn't something that is going to feed you today like day labour.
by Trudy Cooper2 years ago
Please tell me what the difference is between writing a blog and writing a HubPage? If any?
by Super Chef5 years ago
I have been away from hubpages for over a year now and I was just browsing all my hubs and looking at all the new features available to improve my hubs, but before I dive in and redo all my Hubs I was wondering is...
by Silver Rose6 years ago
Was looking for new sources of backlinks (as you do), and decided to explore Excerptz this evening. Only to find a sad blog post from Ryan saying that his site took a hit:http://excerptz.com/2011/06/18/excerptz …...
by Peter V5 years ago
What other websites do you write on? Or is Hubpages your primary place to write online?Do you write on other blogs or websites, or is hubpages the only place you write? What other places to you write for?
by wittywriter9 years ago
Hi, Im sorry, but I am so excited. I just landed a freelance job writing for Examiner.com. Besides hubpages, this is the only one that I have been able to get paid for my writing since I came back from my sabbatical...
by Person of Interest7 years ago
Everyday, everywhere, W.E is helping people.It is time that that is recognized.
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