What is the average amount you earn with the hubpages program every month.
I been trying to make a decision whether or not to sign up for the hubpages ad program , I dont know if it's worth signing up for.
Thus far, I have posted 31 informative articles. Not earned anything. I have joined here for past four months, but started writing only March 2011. Is there any chance to earn here? Please advice
Well, in most cases, you won't get rich quick. Generally, I make a few cents each day which doesn't sound like much. The more articles that you post the more of a chance you have to make money. Your articles should be interesting, something people search for, and generally well written. There are some people making a full time income but it is rare. I just like making a little bit of money doing something I enjoy. I think that it's worth it. My article will always be published and therefore have the opportunity to generate income indefinitely. For more information follow this link: http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/affi … -hubpages/
It's worth it. It's not really cool for me to give out my numbers - but I'm making better with it than I had been with Adsense before. I'd say it's very worth it.
I haven't started making very much yet, but when I switched to the Hupbages Ad Program I did notice a small increase in earnings, instead of getting a click every couple weeks I earn a little from impressions every day. It isn't a lot, but it is more consistant than Adsense was for me.
Thank you all very much for oppinion. I haven't made a single dime with adsense yet.But I think I will try the hubpages ads program.
Thank you again for your help.
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by Aman Ullah Ghazi 5 months ago
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by Rebecca Long 6 months ago
And if I do not make pay out this month, will my earnings carry over to next month? Will they continue to collect until I can request pay out?
by deecoleworld 13 months ago
Do people still earn money on here? On hubpages? I am curious
by Rahul Parashar 5 years ago
I was wondering how much people actually earn on HubPages through HubPages ads program? Does it produces better results than AdSense? How much hubs and tgime does it take to start earning? Yeah, I know, so many questions, but I really need to know the answers. Thanks in advance for answering it.
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