What Goals do you have for Writing on HubPages?
Have you set any goals for writing on hubpages? Do you set an earnings goal, or are you trying to reach a certain number of visitors or hubs? Does setting goals help motivate you?
I plan to improve my writing skills along with my SEO skills. I hope to pay for my phone bill each month with my earnings .
I have a goal to write two high quality articles each week with solid on page SEO work. I would like to receive my first payout within the next 3 months and work towards increasing earnings each month. My bigger goal is to make $100/month, then $200, $500 and then $1,000 per month within the next two years.
My goal is to write technology articles that help people do more with technology. I hope to help people understand technology and how to make the most of it. I try my best to write in a way that is thorough and easy to understand and I hope to help as many people as possible.
It would also be great to earn some money and awards like HubNuggets. I would like to also build relationships with other writers here and learn as much as possible from them.
My goal is to create a self-sustaining income from my writing and hopefully make it a full time occupation. I know it will take a lot of work and time but hopefully I can achieve this in the next few months.
I want the writing that I do on hubpages to be the keystone of my online writing experience. It seems to be a good forum to learn and express myself. I can not imagine not wanting to have huge numbers and scores. Why not? But I would question that as a goal in writing.
I dont know I have been writing for close to 20 years offline I mean and getting paid for it. I would like to see how much we can earn online. As yet not recd anything so don't even know if it is worth it.
I don't make earning goals or goals on visitors. However, I intend to reach 100 hubs within two months. It does help motivate me a lot.
I write on Hubpages for the sheer enjoyment of it. I'm a story teller -- a very poor researcher -- and have no SEO skills whatsoever. . . BUT. . . I have a huge family of friends and supporters on Hubpages and consider my time spent here a blessing and a privilege. A place to share one's stories, life experiences and unusual events with millions of people is rare indeed -- whether one has set goals for themselves or not the rewards are many.
I am planning to learn to write short hubs between 500-800 words, all my hubs are so long, I can't stop after mentally organizing them, that's why I take so long to publish hubs. I have to write 15 more hubs to make it to 50 in the next three weeks, I'll strive to write short and crisp hubs.
I've set a goal of having 200 hubs by the end of the year. Hopefully, I'll achieve it.
I've set a goal of having more page views each month than the month before. While writing more hubs is certainly important, it seems even more important to select hub topics that are appealing to larger numbers of potential readers.
by Andrew Day 3 years ago
Hi,I've signed up and am ready to start making hubs in my specialised subject, but I was wondering what the earning potential of hubbig (if that's a word) actually is. I realise it all depends on how attractive your pages are and how good they are etc, but what are people actually earning? I am not...
by ShailaSheshadri 2 years ago
I am writing articles for this website since past 3 months. At present, I have 38 featured and published hubs. I have joined for Amazon and google Adsense program. Past two months I earned like very less amount, less than 1/2 dollar. If I continue writing and publishing at the rate of one article...
by Cuttler 6 years ago
What are your goals for 2013 on hubpages?What targets have you set in terms of hubs, traffic, earning, or anything for that matter?My main goal for the first quarter of this year is to write at least 30 hubs and gain approval for an adsense account by the last day of march. What are your goals and...
by M. Toni 4 years ago
I've been on here for a few years, and I guess I never really understood the point of these scores. They don't seem to provide any real value to the user and I can't convince myself that they add value because they fluctuate so much.What's the point? Am I supposed to use these scores to tell me...
by Victoria Van Ness 7 months ago
Are you happy with your experience? I've been with HubPages for 5 years now. I have almost 500 articles and the majority of them are featured. I publish quite frequently and follow all of the rules. I post my articles to facebook and pinterest, I am part of Amazon Associates, and yet I make very...
by Kacie Turner 8 years ago
Today my husband asked me if I'd seen his wife and he thought maybe if he turned off the computer, he might find her. SOOO...that got me thinking...how do others organize their time? Do you focus only on Hubpages as a main venue, or do you spend a lot of time on other writing sites and...
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