Is HubPages the best revenue share website to earn money from your writing?
I am making about 20 dollars a month from HubPages with 19 hubs. I hope to meet the minimum pay out each month by September.
It is one of the best for making money online through revenue share. There are other like Xomba, Bukisa etc.
Making money using revenue share depends on which topics you write about and how well you market them.
It also takes time to establish a routine and average earnings, I find my HP ding better than most of my other accounts elsewhere.
I think it is a good source for making money online but you need to be a marketer in addition to being a writer to meet your personal goals. Also, the answer to your question is very dependent upon the person who answers and their experience and yours could differ greatly. However, you should be able to meet your goals by continuing to write on evergreen subjects that are in demand and meet or exceed HP standards.
congrats ! I earn USD $15 per month with 105 hubs. Far worst than you !! You did well my friend.
My favorites are HubPages and Yahoo Contributor Network.
YCN has a slightly lower payout (~$2 CPM compared to ~$3 CPM here), but the domain tends to have greater strength. All things equal, an article at YCN would probably rank higher than an article here at HubPages. At least, that's my experience.
But YCN also involves more up front editing, and you have less control as a writer to edit and adjust your work. It's a great place to publish works where you've already done your keyword research and determined how to target keywords in search engines, where-as HubPages gives you more flexibility to change things at will and experiment until you hit just the right combination of words.
But by far my biggest earner is my private blog. I earn about $30 to $40 / month on YCN, $10 (soon to be more) on HubPages, and way more than that on a blog that I completely control and monetize through AdSense and Amazon Associates.
Was it hard to actually post something in Hub pages? . Its been 5 days and i can't seem to post any ad's? Never thought it would be so difficult
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Yes I think that Hubpages is the best option that is available online.
Well I have done my research concerning other online writing sites, and I believe that HubPages is the best one out there.
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