How many of you are fulltime hubbers?
Why did you choose write fulltime? What are the obstacles or challenges of writing fulltime? What are the advantages and benefits of fulltime hubbing? Did you begin hubbing fulltime or did you progress to a fulltime status?
I'm definitely a full time hubber, and didn't know there was such a title. Maybe you came up with it, but it sound cool though. Neat! question.
almost 2 years ago i joined hubpages because i wanted somewhere i could write. i wrote 3 hubs i think, then i didnt come back for nearly a year. when i did come back, i wrote quite a few new hubs, and got quite a few followers. then i decided one day to see what adsense was about and signed up for it. i think i have had it for nearly 4 months now and have made a whopping 4 dollars give or take. i write more just to write than to earn anything. i am disabled so i guess writing here would be considered full time. my personal obstacles and challenges are due to my having bi-polar 2. this seriously interferes with my creative processes. but now that i know what the problem is i just wait it out til i am feeling creative once again.
Well, I certainly spend a lot of time here, I find it addictive and since I'm not currently otherwise employed I have plenty of time to to do it. But I think you are probably asking about making a "fulltime" income from it, in that case I have a long way to go. Even now though after only 5 weeks I can see how if you keep adding hubs, even if each one only gets a few clicks a day it will build over time if you work at it and take the good advice of other successful hubbers. In the mean time, don't quit your day job.
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I wouldn't say I do it full time but I do spend some time with it every day just for fun and a hobby.
I am not a full time hubber in the exact sense of the term but I spend almost 8 hours a day on hub pages. My work allows me so much spare time. I'm interested to make writing a full time work if I start making enough. In the meantime I keep writing and reading hubs to hone my skills.
I have a steady career but I publish one hub every day and take part in hub community activities so I guess I am a full time hubber..
I try to publish one hub and some times more than one every day and always try to take part in hub community activities I do not think I am a full time hubber.
I'm a newbie hubber and thanks to health and christmas haven't spent as much time on here as I'd like but will be spending more time as my health improves.
I think many people work online and are looking for passive income because they don't want to or don't believe it's right to work full time hours. Life is for living!! Sure at least to get started over the first few months to be self-employed you have to work more than full time really but once the fan-base grows and you learn more about your craft more time will free up to enjoy life itself.
Let's face it guys----we are all addicted to HP!! Thank you for sharing your wonderful stories and responses with me. I enjoyed reading each reply.
by sonykuddi 5 years ago
As per my expectation most of our hubbers are working part time here. During their spare time they write hubs but have you ever thought to post hubs full time and earn unlimited money ( because of your quality hubs) because here you do not have any boss to give you order.I do not have such plan yet...
by Frank Atanacio 3 years ago
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by LearnFromMe 7 years ago
I have noticed in the past few days while Hub Hopping and scanning my feed that there are a plethora of new hubs and hubbers joining the site and publishing low quality or poorly translated/spun hubs. When I click on the profile after flagging the hubs, I notice that there is no information about...
by wordscribe41 9 years ago
What would your hubscore requirement be?
by sid_candid 7 years ago
I understand it difficult times but what good will deleting hubs do? I see some of the most prolific hubbers deleting heaps of hubs. Have we lost the hope of a hubpages bounce back?
by Dan Robbins 4 years ago
I'm posting this here because my hope is that new comers reading it will perhaps be inspired...not that I personally am all that inspirational but perhaps my HP story will be.By Friday, July 11th, I should be seeing my counter finally (after 2 1/2 yrs.) tick past the 500,000 view mark while also...
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