What will you do if you are earning more than $250 a month?
Just curious. Everyone here dreams to achieve that amount of earnings (perhaps even more).
I have a mission I have been watching and I think it would be a good blessing for them.
If I break the $200 mark I will be putting it in savings for vacation. I can be cheap all year but not on vacation! The more money the better!
I do earn twice that month...certainly not from Hubpages though. I would like to earn twice that again so I could support myself completely.
I'd quit my daily job. Thus, I'll have time to write quality content and double or triple my earnings.
I earn more than that here, and on other sites, and combined that's how I live.
First, I would do a happy dance because that amount of money each month would be amazing. Then I would set it up for each payout to go into savings and just let it accrue interest from there. Right now I have enough money from my day job to pay the bills, but not a huge amount more than that. Being able to put away that much money into savings would help me get some of the larger things I want out of life.
One tank of gas. Kidding. I would put it directly into savings.
Are you referring to earnings from Hubpages alone? $250 will definitely motivate me to write more articles! I will add the amount to our savings.
If you are talking about the earnings alone from Hubpages only, then it will motivate me to write good contents and raise my earning.
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