Hi, I'm new to hubpages are you doing any good? I also have about 24 Squidoo Len

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  1. tjp profile image58
    tjpposted 6 years ago

    Hi, I'm new to hubpages are you doing any good? I also have about 24 Squidoo Lenses. No luck over

    there yet.

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    Jade0215posted 6 years ago

    I'd say I'm doing good for the time that I've been on here. I signed up late last year but I didn't start writing until June 1st of this year. I've made $10 so far on the hubpages earning program alone but stopped writing for about 2 weeks so my income did drop quite a bit in that time. As long as you keep writing and stay involved in the community then you should do well but it's going to take time to actually start bringing in a decent income. Probably a few years but hey if you can get to that point then that's great. I'm going to try and continue writing and hopefully it'll all pay off.

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      Jade0215posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Oh and I've also tried out Squidoo but I haven't even gotten any views off that whereas on here I'm getting hundreds. I know for some people Squidoo works well but Hubpages is the best in my opinion.

    2. tjp profile image58
      tjpposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for the answer. I'm holping much sooner than 4 years. I've worked hard on Squidoo and haven't earned a penny yet. I've been using squidoo for about 3 months or so.

  3. topquark profile image73
    topquarkposted 6 years ago

    I find Hubpages to be much better than Squidoo for earning residual income. The problem with Squidoo is that you have to fight to keep your lenses in the paying out tiers - which is a losing battle when there are new lenses being published all the time. With Hubpages, so long as you target the right keywords to get traffic, you'll get paid through the HP ad program (make sure you enable it on all your hubs). Good luck, and happy hubbing!

  4. dinkan53 profile image75
    dinkan53posted 6 years ago

    What I noticed is Hubpages is more good for content publishers and for those who are article marketers and making small blogs squidoo is a better option. What to remember is backlinks are the key to sccess, so both are useful and effective in there on way.

  5. ShootersCenter profile image72
    ShootersCenterposted 6 years ago

    Squidoo is a good quality link, but hard to stay ranked high enough to make money. I use it more as a back link to websites, hubs, and blogs. With Hubpages you can earn enough to make it worth the effort and it's also a good quality back link for websites, etc. They all take time and effort to make it work. Good Luck.


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