What are your writings worth?

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  1. visitmaniac profile image61
    visitmaniacposted 8 years ago

    Hey Hubbers!

    What are your writings worth? Do you do it just for fun or are you trying to make money online? If your out there to make money how much do you feel your hub articles are worth and how much money are you really making from them?

    I am looking for a few honest dedicated hubbers to come write a few articles for me on my site and I will pay per posting. Let me know if your interested and lets get talking about what your posting can be valued at.

    1. anglfire693 profile image73
      anglfire693posted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I have some questions.  First, could you give more details about what you are looking for?  What types of articles? How long? Etc?

      What does how much someone is making on hub pages have to do with how you will pay them?

      I was recently in a motorcycle accident and being unable to get around, being a single mom (with no help) I needed to come up with a way to make money fast.  Writing online is one of a couple of avenues I am trying.  I am new to this, so I don't understand all the terminology/lingo.  Could you please explain what you mean by "I will pay per posting."

      Also, what method of payment would you use? and

      Would you pay before or after the article is written?  If it is after, how would one be assured you will pay them once they hand the article over to you?
      Thanks smile
      Dana

  2. Laura du Toit profile image84
    Laura du Toitposted 8 years ago

    Can you give a bit more information regarding topic and number of articles?

  3. visitmaniac profile image61
    visitmaniacposted 8 years ago

    Well for me when I write an article here on hub pages at best I make about $5 per article via adsense. However that is mostly a month or two after I have created it, back linked it and indexed it for search engines. So my question is how much are you currently making per article you add here on hub pages?

    1. Laura du Toit profile image84
      Laura du Toitposted 8 years ago

      I have only been active on Hubpages for 2 months and would not be interested in writing articles based on my current earnings.

      I personally do not think that Adsense earnings is the correct criteria to use to determine the value of the person's article.

      Good luck - maybe you will find someone who is prepared to write for you on this basis. smile

    2. chigoiyke profile image60
      chigoiykeposted 8 years ago

      Yeah visitmaniac, first am intersted. Then like any good writer will ask, whats is the it? will you give topics? how much are you willing to pay per article, whats the time period, what sort of article do you need and how will you pay. When these points are laid down, then we can get started

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      ryankettposted 8 years ago

      Somebody calculated that the average Adsense income per article was $10 per year. Those with SEO knowledge could probably multiply that by any number between 2 and 10.....

      As for indexing your hubs, surely you do not do this? The question you should perhaps be asking is "how much are your keyword focused, highly targeted niche articles worth?" because they are the only ones worth buying....

      How much are my hubs worth? About $5-$10 a year. How much are my highly commercialised and purposely monetised hubs worth to me? I have 4 or 5 hubs worth about $400 per year....

      1. profile image0
        Justine76posted 8 years agoin reply to this

        how about 6.993521108?  smile
        like your new avitar...

     
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