Clearly you need to talk to the folks churning out the photo hubs. It's obvious they have millions of something...
I assume you mean on content writing sites. The answer is obviously no, although there are a couple of people here cashing out $1,000 a month.
Making big money on the internet is not as easy as people make out. If you want to make a living at it, you really have to move on from content writing sites to develop your own websites.
It can be done. Just needs a lot of time and a lot of Connections
A few Millionaire Bloggers below:
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Most-Profit … of-Dollars
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Yes, there are. These strange breed of writers are called authors. Most of them write content into expensive or catchy books with story's, poems, facts, and other things. If you find any be warned they are a mean race who live in the old times, they are rich and like staying that way.
You have been warned.
Here I am! I've made millions just writing about whatever I wanted to. The best part is that I just learned to read three months ago.
There probably are a couple people who have made a million "hustling" gullible people who want to make easy money writing. But then, most of those people have been hustled themselves and are just hoping to spread the pain by finding people as gullible as they are.
Well most of them are actually hmmm working rather than hanging out on forums - I have a friend who recently made $700 in one day running a freelancing business - its all about work ethic and thinking like a business owner
So, $1000 a month is the most anyone writing on hubpages is making?
I was under the impression that some people were making a good living off of the adsense rev. share here
I'm sure that it's more than a few people - and more than $1,000. There are lots of hubbers who don't participate in the forums. There is very good money to be made at Hubpages and in affiliate marketing. But I'm not sure that many here would consider that "content."
lol..put our earnings together and we can get a can of soda to split
I'm new, but I got a couple decent priced clicks right off the bat. That sign lit a fire under me to keep thinking up good ideas for hubs that people might search for.
Takes time and effort to get any steady money, but the process is fun enough to keep me going!
It takes a little while and writing constantly for money to show up in your account. I finally have dollars in my account and it beats the heck out of pennies. creativeone59
I think that the content writers making millions are the ones that do full time blogging on their own sites in combination with sites like HubPages, Squidoo, etc. And it isn't just the writing that gets them there - it's about the affiliate marketing, mailing lists, product promotion, etc.
I saw a book once that said "How to make $2.00 from a million people" and the book was just over $2.00
What a great idea. I might just knock one of those up myself. It would be easier if you could all send me the 2$ and I can then email you on how to do it LOL.
Lol. er.. I've actually decided to go cheaper as its Xmas. How to make £1 from a Million People - costing just £1.
well I have made a fortune from writing offline and was just wondering really, i am sure the bloggers out there have made a lot but not so much from writing sites. I know someone on Xomba who makes a 1000 a day so that is a lot of money i guess.
by babedoll50 18 months ago
Well apparently when I signed up 14 months ago I didnt think so but now that I have come back and taken the time to start learning all about this great place I am finding myself addicted.How many of you feel you are addicted to writing, thinking, writing, tweaking lol.
by PoeticPhilosophy 9 years ago
lol.... I'm literally laughing out loud at the ridiculousness. People go through these lengths just to bash me. HAHAHA, like honestly I'm laughing. Since I posted a forum on my encounter with comment trolls someone left another comment on my poem. I replied this time and after I replied, they were...
by Jakipret 10 years ago
how much do you make a day?
by Frank Atanacio 7 years ago
Curious, who is your favorite hubber, and why?Everyone has that certain favorite hubber, talent wise, writing skills, personality and someone you look forward to reading or visiting. The answer should be one just as if the hubbers were dangling from a cliff and you are allowed to save only...
by optimus grimlock 12 years ago
I say atleast 5 times a week, just depends on whats going on in your lives!
by Karen Anne Harris 11 years ago
LOL....My son was learning to button and unbuton things. We were standing in line at Blockbuster and I wasn't paying attention. He unbuttoned my shirt...omg I was so embarrassed. I was standing in front of the clerk and everyone that was in line.
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