Write about what you know and belive in. Be passionate about what you write. Organize the writing into many capsules - use headings. Do your research. Don't use the work of others, read, learn, and create your own work.
Start a website too and have your blogs revolve around your website so that when one of your blogs fail because of some silly reason out of your control, you still have your website to go back to.
Learn the SEO basics and social media techniques required to have a successful presence online. If you choose titles that have words that are not searched often inside of google then you will never be found by the masses of internet users. The Google keyword tool is free and at least can provide a guide for words that may be better to pursue than others. It is not 100% accurate nor give you the exact level of competition from an SEO perspective to be successful in reaching the top of Google natural search it is a great place to start with your keyword research.
After you have picked your keywords write high quality and knowledge packed articles and blog posts that people enjoy reading and sharing with others.
Here are a few sites I use to start the social sharing of hubs that I write here at hubpages. As mentioned setting up your own blog is a great thing to do and can be done easily at dreamhost with the wordpress install tool. http://czczcz.hubpages.com/hub/Easy-Hub … 10-minutes
First of all, know what you want to blog. Once you have decided, choose where you want to write such as blogger, wordpress or even HubPages.
Take your time to blog and I would suggest blog for fun for a few months first. once you have get used to it, go into serious blogging and focus on ads revenue for some side income.
one can only get better blogging with time, a stater need to be well compose and adequately prepare before venturing fully into blogging as we do here in hub pages, he/she has to be well vast in areas of specialty to attract loyal readers.
by riotgrrrl 5 years ago
A lot of people start by asking what hubs are popular? which hubs will make me the most money? These questions aren't new and so I wont bore you all my asking! What I'd like to know instead is what kind of hubs do you like reading?I really like 'top 10' style hubs, I like the succinct format...
by Billie Kelpin 3 years ago
If so, how much would that cost? How would I find one? Here's the thing. I'm 69. I have at least 3 big projects I'd like to do. Of course, at 69, I have to choose carefully - especially since the one I THINK I really want to do would take me a few years. (One of...
by emievil 9 years ago
Just want to rant about something. I was just talking to somebody (not from hubpages) and I was telling her about hubpages and my plans for the future (which also includes hubpages). Suddenly, she said that maybe I should stop doing this because it doesn't really earn much. Then she mentioned her...
by ryankett 8 years ago
I really wanted to share this as an example of how traditional writers, irrespective of their level of talent or area of expertise, need to either a) adapt to online media to become 'successful' on hubpages, or b) choose more traditional offline media as an outlet. This is all very hypothetical of...
by Scott S Bateman 5 days ago
I have been pleased with the audience and revenue for my articles on HubPages since joining the site some years ago.I commend the company for creating the successful niche sites at a time when similar sites were folding. My existing articles that moved to those sites have done even better than...
by thecounterpunch 10 years ago
The chart above (made easily with Excel: check the tools menu / analysis) gives the distribution of daily earnings. Most of days daily earnings is about 0.45.As you can see, it doesn't follow the famous Normal Law in probability ... which is normal : normal law is not obligatory in the real world
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