I started earning my very first month. It wasn't much, but it's built up from there over the last four years.
I think one of the worst things we can do is to try to pinpoint when we will start earning money. While there are some things that are common with all of us, there are many different variables. I joined a month ago and made $33.00. And that's not a lot considering I wrote 90 articles. However, I must admit I was feeling my way around but have learned quite a bit since I wrote my first article.
So when we will have a big payoff depends on how much we write as well as other factors.
I made money practically the first day I signed up to Hubpages, but I wrote many hubs to start off with, and the earnings were nothing like what I make now.
by Ashley5 years ago
How much money do you make off of HubPages? How long did it take to start making money?Before I start any ad programs, I want to know how much money the average Hubber makes. I want to know what to expect.
by kazeemjames017 years ago
Fine, the forum has lots of people that claims they make thousands of dollars every month. I doubt 98% of them. From my experience, I may want to believe Ryankett because I've seen most of his backlinking works on...
by TheVoiceOfCreation7 months ago
I have been a stay-at-home Mom for five years now, and haven't earned anything but petty cash, so I'm not required to file taxes. Since I have no tax documents, what do I submit to HubPages in order to start earning?
by savanahl6 years ago
How long did it take you to start making a decent part time wage on HubPages?Let's say around $400 or $500 a month.
by WorldCup~20107 years ago
How long does it take to start making money on Hubpages.I'v been hearing from people that they are making money their first 3 weeks sence joing hubpages and I am almost at my 4th week of hubpages and I have not made a...
by Doky7 years ago
am i wasting my time?
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