What are your HubPages goals for the next year? Income, number of hubs published

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  1. GinnyLee profile image89
    GinnyLeeposted 11 years ago

    What are your HubPages goals for the next year? Income, number of hubs published, writing goals?

  2. D22314 profile image61
    D22314posted 11 years ago

    I want to make at least $50 each month, though I'm hoping to make much more than that.

  3. mljdgulley354 profile image61
    mljdgulley354posted 11 years ago

    I'm not sure what my goal for income is. Thankfully I didn't join HubPages for the money. I enjoy writing and hope to publish at least 2 hubs a week.

  4. billybuc profile image86
    billybucposted 11 years ago

    I hate to sound corny but my goal is the same as when I started, to reach as many people as possible with my message and to do so with passion and a commitment to be the best writer I can be.

  5. MojoDawg profile image61
    MojoDawgposted 11 years ago

    My goal is not to make money here but actually to make my name as a writer here which will help me promote my writing business I already have going. The will be some income for hubpages but that is not a major part of what I am doing here.

    I want to publish 200 hubs per year, as my business grows that will become more difficult to do. I know its an honor but I'm not trying to be a hubpages elite either.

    I enjoy writing and the passion that drives this inside of me I see in so many others in this community. If we loose sight of that while we are trying to make a living, I am afraid the fire may go out, and our heart for sharing will be "dimmed by the dollars" don't let your light burn low. Write because you are hot for the words, and they satisfy all your desires. Excellent question and  Blessing:smile

  6. Bretsuki profile image68
    Bretsukiposted 11 years ago

    My major goal for the year is to write regularly. I am working on a MA in History too, so just posting hubs and studying while working a job is a lot.

    Second I would like to reach 100,000 views this year. Having been here for two years I have got a part of the way there.

    As for money, no real aim. Just make something to buy a coffee now and again. smile

  7. jacqui2011 profile image82
    jacqui2011posted 11 years ago

    My goals on Hubpages are to write 2 hubs each week (more if I can), and try to make it to  50,000 views by the end of the year. I joined Hubpages to write for pleasure, and if I can make a little money along the way that would be nice, but not a priority.

  8. K Kiss profile image59
    K Kissposted 11 years ago

    When I first started off my aim was to reach my first Google adsense pay check. I enjoy writing on its own but the money bit did draw me in. It took me 9 months to get my first cheque! But it is true that it gets easier and the process becomes faster.

    My aim is to get 100,000 views a month (now for the past 5/6 months I have been getting about 50,000-58000 views a month so just want to sort of double that). In the process I want to double my income too (now getting 60-70 dollars a month - want to make it at least a 100 dollars a month.

    Want to publish at least 30-40 more hubs in 2012 but so far haven't written much this year.

  9. Hubpage Gal profile image58
    Hubpage Galposted 11 years ago

    I have been a Hubpage member since 2009 and have the goal of regaining my income of $200 a month or more that because of the omission of summaries, 1,836 articles were unpublished.  I have moved several of the articles to Triond.com but the income stream is what it is now on Hubpages which is 26 cents a month.  That 26 cents a month is the result of publishing  only 10 hubpage articles on a new account dashed with working so hard for two years to have my articles unpublished for a feature that was not required in 2009.  Now I read the Answers on hubpages and is not as driven to write because I got about 2,000 articles just sitting on Hubpages as unpublished.  Upon adding the summaries that I read as only recommended, the writing privilege has not been restored for reasons undisclosed. I wrote about gender and relationship and had over 1/2 million views.  Therefore I write scarcely with a new Hubpage account hoping I get the motivation to write more after being stampeded.

  10. Keri Summers profile image69
    Keri Summersposted 11 years ago

    I'd like to publish 100 Hubs by the end of this year.  (I know, I'm not on target but have started the 30 Day challenge which should help!).  I'm focusing on that, and then will reassess income and decide which I'm writing for mainly pleasure, and which are both pleasurable and profitable.  It would be nice to have both the satisfaction of creating the Hubs I enjoy writing, and some pocket money from them!

  11. lady rain profile image92
    lady rainposted 11 years ago

    My goals are to write a hub every week, I haven't been writing a lot in the past few weeks. I believe my income from Hubpages has reached a point where it is self-running so I am not worrying about it. Getting more traffic views will be an added bonus.

  12. vox vocis profile image83
    vox vocisposted 11 years ago

    I joined a challenge initiated by an InfoBarrel member in which we are supposed to write 500 articles until the end of January, 2013 (no matter where we write). In about two weeks, I'm going to dedicate myself to HP, and hopefully end up having an article base of 200+ articles by the time this challenge is over smile The monetization part is also on top of my head, but instead of planning it, I'll let it surprise me smile

  13. ThePracticalMommy profile image89
    ThePracticalMommyposted 11 years ago

    The end of March 2012 marks my first year of writing for HubPages. See what I have learned and what my goals are for the next year. read more

  14. rajan jolly profile image92
    rajan jollyposted 11 years ago

    I'm waiting to get approved for Adsense as I'm about to complete the mandatory 6 months period. I wish to write at least 10 hubs a month doing about 125 hubs in a year.


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