Are you satisfied with hub pages?
When you joined hub pages ,there may be dreams of improving financial position. Now how is your position
I'm still dreaming. But I know I'm getting there little by little.
So far, for my four-month stay here in Hubpages, I'm getting small but slightly increasing earnings. I believe that in time, this will substantial rise up.
We must all hope for the best, and continue enjoying writing. Because, one day we will just be surprise how far we've come.
Perhaps my motivation for joining HubPages was different from others. A site I was writing on and one I thoroughly enjoyed, unexpectedly shut down. By networking with other writer friends I was directed to become active here on HubPages. My motivation has never been about earnings. Instead, I write for the pure joy of putting together a string of words that play on emotions and opinions. Furthermore, by weeding through Hubs written by others I am afforded an opportunity to read some really excellent stories.
That's kind of a hard question. I appreciate the platform HubPages has given me. I enjoy it, but as far as making a practical contribution to my income, it hasn't happened. It's not a surprise to me, I read enough about HubPages before I started to know that for people who make income from it, it takes a lot of time and hard work. My expectations for income from it were realistic. It's growing at a snail's pace.
I joined recently to create articles to help those moving to my husbands base become aware of the area and increase morale for the base. If I can earn a little money at the same time then great. Google has just recently partially approved my adsense so I have yet to earn anything but I'm curious at the opportunity, though it won't stop me from writing articles should I not earn anything.
I just recently found hub pages. I really don't know why it took so long. I've been around for a while. I love the site. The tools make writing easy and the opportunities are great. The community keeps me on my toes. The exchange of ideas and the requirement to put those ideas into words is a skill that can't be ignored. The financial rewards are always a secondary thing. Money follows good activity.
by RKHenry 8 years ago
It was one of my favorite hubs, and was looking to include it in a backlink. Why was it pulled?It is of my opinion, that maybe Hubpages.com needs to rewrite their bylaws. Because something is definitely wrong when a hub is allowed to be online and published for several months, then all...
by Kiz 10 years ago
Hey folks!How about a little cheering squad thread, eh? I have been feeling a little down the last couple of days because, well, I'm working hard on these hublove topics but they're not really easy.. The leaderboard is full of amazing hubbers, but oh my gosh!! Stacie, Whitney, you ladies have blown...
by Helen Murphy Howell 6 years ago
If You Were Granted One Wish In Relation To Hub Pages, What Would You Ask For?I think for me it would be to be able to write high quality, popular hubs in short a time as possible or for some mega publisher to discover my work and like it!! One can always dream!! Have a happy New Year!
by sagolia 2 years ago
I've been on HP since October 2015. I've written a fair number of articles. I understand I haven't been as active lately, but I am getting what might as well be no traffic. The only time I seem to get any traffic to speak of is when I am actively promoting my hubs, and even then it only lasts for a...
by recraig2 9 years ago
I'm new here and things seem QUITE shifty I should say. My total page views have been 98 for a day or two and today it is 91. Now unless the Earth began a reverse rotation on its axis near the speed of light I doubt we have gone back in time without noticing. So how in the h@!! did that happen?This...
by johnfl 5 years ago
I have been on Hub Pages about a year and I have written about 27 Hubs and they have received close to 5000 views, which I felt was not bad and my status hovers between 82-88. Last week I had about 8 of my Hubs featured, which again seemed ok. Now magically overnight, I have all these codes now...
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