What else can HubPages do to increase own and Hubber's revenue?

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  1. thoughtabout profile image69
    thoughtaboutposted 7 years ago

    What else can HubPages do to increase own and Hubber's revenue?

    I have experienced a couple of limitation in HubPages and I do think HubPages and Hubber's gain more if HubPages enhance its own platform. For example, Hubbers upload their artwork for other hubber's to use in their hubs to share revenue. Just like hubbers submit hubs to facebook, can other websites contains HubPages logo to submit the website link to HubPages community. These pages amy be an answer to question being asked by the Hubbers. Aniother example limitation on multiple Choice Exam creation, I could not provide solution page and display correct answers. I had to create seperate hubs.

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    detroitmareposted 7 years ago

    As long as people on hubpages don't take the responsibility to vote down poorly written hubs and hubs filled with misspelled words, Hubpages will continue to be something only people who search for it know about and none of us here will make any significant money (if that is what you are here for).  Anyone who actually does come across a hub via a Google search, and finds garbage here, will never return.  Weed out the garbage and we'll all make more money.  Please review your hubs, questions, and comments for misspelled words.  There are at least four errors just in the question I am answering.  That's sad.

    1. thoughtabout profile image69
      thoughtaboutposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I appreciate your comment. I do see those misspelled words now. I tried to correct it but I could not figure that out. I do not know even it is possible. Those misspelled words do not exist in dictionary, I guess HubPages can validate the question.

  3. Bhavin Panara profile image60
    Bhavin Panaraposted 7 years ago

    By providing hubbers to write articles and directly get paid for article.Revenue from advertise is a side income from hubpages.

    1. thoughtabout profile image69
      thoughtaboutposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Other platforms do that. I guess. It would be risky for HP since HP needs to assess how much the article can make money before it happened.

    2. RoxiM profile image61
      RoxiMposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Other sites used to do this, but it's much less common than it was a few years ago. Once upon a time, I made a specific dollar amount for each and every article I wrote for an online publication, but I think that ended in about 2000.


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