In my point of view, if you are able to get a monthly check from HP you can consider yourself successful.
I want one million views....I'd be half way there, but I deleted a ton of hubs over the past 3 years.
If I do not get banned out of forum discussion even for a single occasion in at least six months time, I will consider it as real success.
I define success on HubPages just by getting people to read and comment on my hubs. That means that they are interested in what I am writing about.
by seanorjohn5 years ago
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by Tessa Schlesinger3 months ago
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by Greensleeves Hubs5 years ago
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by Rajan Singh Jolly5 years ago
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by Aravind Balasubramanya2 years ago
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by Veronica Bright9 years ago
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