I've been job searching since I graduated in August and haven't had any luck. While searching, I came across HubPages and thought it'd be a great way to keep up and/or improve my writing skills while I continue looking for a job. If I could live off of just writing it'd be a dream come true. Who knows, maybe I can get to that point someday here when I can just quit my retail job and just do what I've always wanted to for a living.
I came to hub pages to expand my portfolio as a writer, I write in several other areas and this is an additional way to broaden my base and audience while doing what I love.
The prize is meeting others who have a passion for writing and "expressing their souls emotions through words" and sometimes even just telling our stories.
I did not actually come here to create income although that is a possibility as one becomes more familiar with the HP system and marketing your profile and hubs. I am actually more accustomed to marketing on the web and learning to work within the framework of HP was not even on my radar. I presume the marketing skills learned here will prove to be invaluable anywhere on the web.
Soak it all up, learn from everyone, and write until you've had enough; if you are like me, I don't think that day will ever come!!!! Blessings:
I use Hubpages as a source of income and to write about interesting topics to attract a huge following of internet reading. Read my profile for my internet writing experiences to get a specific idea of why I use hubpages as one of several channels of online income.
Hubs are a great tool for many purposes including: SEO, making money, building brand recognition, article marketing without a website. However, I personally use Hub Pages for a Marketing Prospective.
I have been asking myself that lately, and I don't seem to have a good answer.
It's a productive way to spend my time. I find it very enjoyable to write hubs about things I find interesting or want to learn more about. I also like to do research and discover new perspectives. I wish I could do it full-time and quit my day job, but it doesn't pay the bills.
by Pandu B 4 years ago
Was curious after seeing most of the long term - experienced Hubbers. So thought of doing some research. Topic explains it. Let's try to be truthful here. What really keeps you going on here on HP? Why should Hubpages be the First choice for any Writer? Please try to support your idea with...
by HrtsMakeFamilies 8 years ago
I'm curious if anyone actually makes money on their hubs. How long did it take for you to make some? Is it a good side income?
by Joween Flores 4 years ago
Hey hubbers, admin and staff.. found this site, while searching for my own articles on Google.Check this out: sport [dot] aliexirs [dot] irThis site does not copy the contents, however, they mirror the entire hubpages site, I can see myself logged in while visiting the site. Any ideas about this?
by 3bagsfull 9 years ago
I am just getting started here and am really liking it. I hope it pays off eventually.I write for examiner.com and have a shop on etsy.com.my hope is that all these sites and others I add will make me $3000 a month. It will take awhile but I believe in the secretask, believe, receivehow about you?
by Ginny 6 years ago
What are your HubPages goals for the next year? Income, number of hubs published, writing goals?
by Ken R. Abell 7 years ago
Why did you join HubPages?
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