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No proper earnings on hubs

  1. dipsmi profile image75
    dipsmiposted 5 years ago

    No  proper earnings on hubs

    I had joined hub pages 5 months before, wrote 54 hubs and still my earnings have not reached $10!!! where am I going wrong?

  2. avan989 profile image72
    avan989posted 5 years ago

    Have you been writing on subject that people are searching for. That is pretty important. Beside doing SEO, you also need to create backlink, that will help drive traffics up. Also, use the Hubpage ad program, I have earn much more from that than adsense.

    I have been here for a little over a month and have earn a little more than 10 dollars. It is the subject you are writing about. You write mostly about foods but you need to do SEO to see which foods people are searching for. I write mostly about college stuff, since I just graduated, I know what college student are reading in their class. I sometimes just write about stuff I like for fun, but it is important to do SEO. Use google adwords and use longtail title. I do everytime I begin write for money. It is also a luck factor too. Some hubs of mine gets like 1-2 views a week while other get like 30-40 views (not very alot, I know). I hope that help a little.

  3. allenwebstar profile image69
    allenwebstarposted 5 years ago

    My answer also similar to avan, search social bookmarking sites and submit your hubs over there, keep sharing on facebook, twitter and pinterest. All you need traffic to increase Ads revenue and sells. Good luck!

  4. hecate-horus profile image81
    hecate-horusposted 5 years ago

    I'm in sort of the same boat; however I've been backlinking like crazy,  written 71 hubs, even got a HOTD.  I think I've made a little under $15 so far.  It's frustrating when the traffic isn't there, even when I'm working it. 

    I've basically given up on writing for big bucks on here, at least for now.  Most people who make money on here have been here for a while (like 2 years) and have a good following. 

    I write stuff that doesn't seem to attract a lot of attention, and I've accepted that.  Why write for other people?   I depend on other "eggs" to sustain me and write for fun on here. 

    Here's some links of mine you might find intereesting:

    http://hecate-horus.hubpages.com/hub/Ho … -Good-Eggs
    http://hecate-horus.hubpages.com/hub/Hu … 00-a-month
    http://hecate-horus.hubpages.com/hub/Ho … ges-Update
    http://hecate-horus.hubpages.com/hub/Wr … One-Basket

  5. TIMETRAVELER2 profile image99
    TIMETRAVELER2posted 5 years ago

    From what I've read, it takes quite a long time to start earning decent money here.  I think that's because it takes a long time for google and the other search engines to find you.  I know I could make more if I did things like product reviews, but I find that boring, and it's not something I want to do.

    The top earners here have been here 4 or 5 years and just about all of them will tell you that it took them a long time to start earning.  Just keep at it, and I think things will work out.  However, they will only work out if you write good, grammatically correct and interesting original hubs that people want to read!  Good luck.

  6. CrescentSkies profile image88
    CrescentSkiesposted 5 years ago

    Well it depends on your content. Evergreen hubs (hubs that are valuable and read year round) will grow slowly while spur of the moment hubs (hubs that focus on current events or news) will get a large boost of traffic...then none after the moment passes.

  7. Faceless39 profile image92
    Faceless39posted 5 years ago

    From the few hubs of yours that I've just looked at, it's obvious to the reader that you're just writing to earn money.  That turns people off, including yours truly.  Write hubs without adding products; instead focus on information as a commodity, and I think you'll see a great improvement.

 
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