Can you make money on HubPages just by posting questions like this one?
Not directly, but you expose yourself to people which can eventually lead to making money.
I do think HubPages set up a system of ad revenue from questions. But as of right now it can't compete with ad revenue from hubs. Which is probably because people who do searches for a specific question tend to leave immediately after getting the answer. Where as someone reading a hub about a subject might click on an ad to learn more.
To make money, you need traffic. Traffic then needs to click the adverts to make you money.
If you don't get traffic, you don't get money.
Yes, you do make money off of the questions you ask here at Hubpages. I have noticed that the money goes into my Adsense account and shows up as views. However, the RPM is very low.
I have noticed that Google has sent some traffic my way for some of the questions I have asked. It is very difficult to get your questions ranked in search engines but it is possible. Usually I get tons of traffic when I ask the question and then very little traffic after the first few days.
I find the questions very helpful and love that others have taken the time to answer them.
by Maddie Ruud 11 years ago
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by Kristy Callan 5 years ago
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by Mary McShane 5 years ago
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by Deborah Neyens 5 years ago
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by Sally Gulbrandsen 6 years ago
What benefits accrue to the person who makes a post like this and why do we give them so much attention when this is against the rules? Does this attention we give actually driving traffic to their pages? If this is against the rules, why are these posts not deleted...
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