After how long your earning started increasing significantly?
I'm starting to see good results with my earning. Every month gets even better. My guess is that my earning will only get higher and higher from now on.
I find that my earnings increase with every hub I write. If I don't write hubs for a while my earnings even out. But if I publish a new hub the average will increase. Keep writing hubs and your earnings will keep going up.
by Paul Edmondson3 years ago
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by Filip Stojkovski3 months ago
Hi everyone. I've been putting some work in writing quality articles the last few months, all my articles are approved as featured but earnings are still pretty low. I have earned a total of $1+ in two months, and with...
by Brie Hoffman5 years ago
by Jason Seale21 months ago
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by Nell Rose5 years ago
Has your daily earnings dropped significantly since changing your Hub profile page?Ever since I changed from the old profile to the new, my earnings have dropped below the silly stage. It may be something to do with the...
by ShailaSheshadri7 weeks ago
Hi friends, In earning reports, we have two columns-1.my earnings and 2. Balance history.I want to know, 1. whether the amount shown in the 'my earning' column is after deducting hubpages portion(40%) of the income?2....
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