For people that make a living with Hubpages, how many hours a day do you spend on the website?
Or making a living writing anywhere online. How many hours a day is spent on the websites and writing for the websites?
I got 1 active website, 1 blog, the Hubpages account, and a Squidoo account.
I am not making much money at the moment, but I plan to.
Bringing the blog to #1 in Google took me about 40 hours spread over 2 weeks, so that's about 3 hours a day, However not much more after that, just 2 hours a week here and there.
I plan another few blogs soon, and be more active on Hubpages and Squidoo.
I hope I don't have to spend more that 2-3 hours a day for everything, or 15-20 hours per week.
Again, that is what I wanted, see how I go.
Anyway, what is your story?
I would be very intersted o know how much time are you currently spending writing.
Just as a matter of interest, I am watching a few guys with great sites, one of them guys has got over 140 sites (I believe him to be honest, he kinda makes sense in what he's saying and does not try to sell you anything, just appears to have the time of his life doing that), I wonder how he does it, surely not the way I do it.
Looking forward to your reply...
I'm not making money. I'm not good enough yet. I'm just here for fun. But, I see so many posts about making money I was curious to know if people worked full time hours to do so. I'm on here for hours and make nothing.
Good luck on your blogs.
Sometimes I spend all day online, working on Hubs or other pages, and sometimes I take the entire day off and do something else.
Although I just started making money I publish about 10 articles a month and work maybe two hours a day, sometimes longer 15 to 20 hours. I have published 85 hubs in eight months.
I suspect if one were to publish twenty to thirty hubs a month gained a reputation and learned the tricks of the trade they could be fairly successful in a year.
i am not so sure if this is possible as there will be a lag time when you still draw an income from other sources and you work on hubpages.....
by Scott S Bateman 3 years ago
By a top-quality Hub, I mean one that is more than 1,000 words, contains original or carefully chosen photos from other sources, gets a Hubscore at least into the 80s if not the 90s and is Featured. It may or may not be an Editor's Choice. By hours, I mean research, writing, editing and promoting.
by Zara Rasul 6 years ago
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by Iontach 6 years ago
How many hours a day do you spend on hubpages? I'm addicted...facebook is old news now. lol
by CrazyGata 7 years ago
How do you promote you Hubs outside of Hubpages? How many hours a day do you set aside for this?Of all the ventures in the world (I´m dramatic like that) I find that Adsense is one of the most satisfying in terms of flexibility and creativity, and the less profitable. Please prove me wrong.
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