Does anyone here make more money with just few hubs?

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  1. unknown spy profile image68
    unknown spyposted 10 years ago

    Does anyone here make more money with just few hubs?

    Does anyone here make more money with just few hubs? Or you need to have hundred of hubs to always reach pay-out?

  2. dailytop10 profile image87
    dailytop10posted 10 years ago

    I already reached payout last month with only 30+ hubs so it's not a must to have hundreds to actually earn here in Hubpages. Focus on quality more than quantity and you'll see results in no time. Glad I can help. Good luck and God bless!

    1. Taleb80 profile image83
      Taleb80posted 10 years agoin reply to this

      It looks encouraging answer, thanks.

    2. unknown spy profile image68
      unknown spyposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      yeah..i think so too Taleb. Quality it is.

  3. kj force profile image59
    kj forceposted 10 years ago

    I would guess there are people on HP that do make money from writing..and..that would be nice..however I write because I have a passion, but evidently not much " dailytop10 "'s about quality not quantity...maybe one day I might be lucky enough to warrant $$$....thanks for asking, great question.. I look forward to hearing from others, regarding this subject...

  4. Seek-n-Find profile image71
    Seek-n-Findposted 10 years ago

    I think its very possible.  I have 50+ hubs I believe and there is always a handful that have some hits--maybe around 15 hubs per day have about 1-20 page views per day for each.  But then there is one article that gets between 150-200 hits per day--and the number keeps rising.  I'm pretty sure this article is what earns my Hub Page dollars.  Am I making a ton of money?  No--not yet.  But then again, I haven't published hubs in awhile and am not very active on here right now (super busy season for me!) and still I make between $4-8 dollars a month.  I think if I actually spent a month on here really focusing and writing more articles like my popular one that number could probably increase pretty easily...Good luck!

  5. ChristinS profile image40
    ChristinSposted 10 years ago

    I have made payout a few times already.  I currently have 67 hubs I believe.  I also crosspromote my hubs and websites/blogs though and that helps.  Your hubs can make money, but they have to be search engine optimized.  Another good practice is to write hubs that can be interconnected with each other.  For example, I have several hubs about soap making.  These are all linked together and used to promote each other etc.  Writing the hub is half the battle when it comes to earning.  Pinterest friendly graphics are a great tool, social media etc. It's better in my opinion to have a handful of really awesome, useful hubs than hundreds of "eh, so-so" hubs.

  6. sonykuddi profile image37
    sonykuddiposted 10 years ago

    It is both important the quality of hub as well as quantity of hubs. See if you are a very good writer then you may get $100 just from one hub but this is about again miracle and lot of hard work so to reach at minimum payout it is better to post continuous hub and stay active in other section like forum and answer section.

  7. profile image52
    mcxniftycallsposted 10 years ago

    It depends upon quality of hubs not quantity. I am writing since 3 and half months and have 48 featured article and just just reached $50 yesterday and presently from the start of this month I am getting $1.60 - $2.50 every day. Means I can reach $50+ every month with 48 hubs now onwards.
    So, it depends on quality not quantity.

    1. rumanasaiyed profile image77
      rumanasaiyedposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      Thats great !!

  8. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image83
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 10 years ago

    It has never mattered how many web articles you have.  All that matters is how good the ones you do have are, and whether or not they concern a topic that persons are often searching the web for.

    Look at Habee, who has over a thousand hubs, all of them are written perfectly, and are nice and filled out.  Habee makes money here, and loads more than I do, and she deserves it too.

  9. tirelesstraveler profile image60
    tirelesstravelerposted 10 years ago

    Quality and interesting topics will determine whether or not you make money.  Once you have these then marketing is the next step.  Habee was brought up as an example, and an excellent one she is.  She knows how to market.  She is all over forums, questions, and produces hubs regularly.

    1. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image83
      Wesman Todd Shawposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      She's just a terrific writer too!  She can make things I'm not interested in at all come alive!

  10. peachpurple profile image81
    peachpurpleposted 10 years ago

    i received my first payout on 29-04-12 after i had joined HP for 4 months with 32 hubs. My 2nd payout was on  28-12-12 with 94 hubs, this month I had reached $52.67 still earning, maybe will reach $60 by the end of Feb with 97 hubs

    I guess its not the quantity but the quality of the hubs. Imagine that with 32 hubs, i still could hit the required amount.

  11. tillsontitan profile image87
    tillsontitanposted 10 years ago

    They say 20 percent of your hubs will make money, not how much, but that's the premise.  Like tirelesstraveler said, it is the quality of the hubs, who reads them and if they make it to Google.


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