Do you believe that success in Hubpages is "slowly but surely"?
Yes it is slowly but surely. You got to stick with it on a regular basis
Yes, It takes time, dedication, good content and being part of the community. You will have success if you stick with it. Of course success is measured differently by different people, so your success might be having people reading your work and another's success might be making $500 a month.
If you maintain your own website with good articles and other content you will make more and make it faster.
Not surely though. That would depend on the writer. If you don't enjoy it, you won't get it. Evaluate yourself first if this is for you.
If it is, then slowly but surely it is indeed.
Success is sure. but you have patience. It will take time. Success depends on our hard work, interest and also good writing content
I am still learning so many things about HubPages, as I am NOT a high tech person.
All I know is that because of HubPages, I am writing, writing, writing. If I eventually get paid, that's a "bonus blessing."
There are many things I still do not understand, but writing keeps my brain active and creative. Right now, that is the most important thing to me.
To define "success" right now with HubPages, I feel that every time I have a new follower, or meet people I follow, that, to me, is success. The kind comments I receive from Hubbers mean the world to me. I think taking the time to comment on a person's hub is a win-win for both. Nothing encourages me more, as a writer, to receive positive comments. I also love commenting on the excellent hubs I have read these past few months.
Yes it is time consuming, especially since I am working on a book. However, with writers, the important word is commitment.
I am constantly learning to balance my writing with my other daily tasks. All I know is that writing has to take the lead. None of us will be here forever, and, for myself, I don't want to get to the end of my life saying I didn't give writing a shot.
As for your question, "Do you believe that success in Hubpages is 'slowly but surely?' That I can only answer as time goes on. Right now it is slow, but I AM SURELY writing!~ Blessings, Sparklea
I am certainly hoping this is true. I am still new and simply enjoy the connection with other writers.
It is slowly but surely, if you're sure about what you're doing. I've only been doing this for a few days, and I'm sure I'm doing the right thing, whether I get paid or not, I love writing.
Yes. I have an another blog in Japanese, but that blog pays me only if someone click the advertisement or buy something after they click the ad. Good thing about this Hupages is just people reading your hub, pays you some money. It is pretty rewarding and makes you feel more successful with your writing.
In the old nursey rhymme it is the snail who wins the race. I am writing more than ever before and seeing the tiny pennies turn into more than a dollar is a reward. Hopefully the tiny dollar will turn into more by and by and my writing will improve too which really is the point:-).
It really depends on how you define success. If you mean monetarily. Definitely slow and not necessarily surely. I have only earned a modicum 24 cents for my first article. Now if you define success but the people you have helped through your writing, well that is just priceless. We all have experiences we can delve into. We each have the opportunity to perhaps save someone some heartache or break from what we have endured in the past. We can enlighten, inspire and educated in this forum. I believe that although its great that we can earn some kind of income from doing this, we need not forget the lives that we touch in the process. That is true success.
You definitely need to use the HubPages Tutorials and Community to succeed.
If you do it right... it won't be slowly. Make 100s of super quality and engaging hubs in a month. I'm talking about magazine quality hubs where you induce people to talk about it, recommend it on facebook and twitter. For sure, you'll be receiving 1000s of visitors per day. Of course, you will have to do your research on hot topics and do some promotions as well.
I am learning much about hub writing and the possibility of receiving income. However, at present, I am working on developing writing skills and getting educated on all the technological avenues in making online writing worthwhile. Thanks for asking this question.
by Ivan Hernandez 15 months ago
I went to college, but failed. I went to ITT Tech, but failed. I'm asking a simple question: Is college a requirement for success in the modern world?
by Nspeel 7 years ago
Why do the majority of writers fail on hubpages?
by akuigla 16 months ago
Define success in one word.Is it having children?Or be respected in the community?Having college diploma.Be in harmony with self.
by Ricki-Lee Keeley 2 years ago
How do you define success?
by Sarah Tario 2 years ago
How would you define success?I want to know a different perspective of people, I love to here some answer from 60 plus yrs old people or those who are in their midlife ??????
by ktnptl 5 years ago
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