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How do I drop kick my hubs into income producing material?

  1. Oscarlites profile image36
    Oscarlitesposted 2 years ago

    How do I drop kick my hubs into income producing material?

    been on here 3 years and don't make even 70 cents a month with my hubs. there is no cross flow, no regular quota of visitors, If I don't re- edit my hubs every week, I cannot even get 10 hits a week.  that's sorry!     I have some good quality hubs.  MOJ

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    Robbie C Wilsonposted 2 years ago

    Are your hubs on a central theme? Mine are pretty much all about similar things which means that I can link one to another. So for example, if someone visits my hub on creating a speedometer chart in Excel, I have links to a couple of my other hubs on Excel charts.

    You shouldn't need to edit them weekly to maintain traffic, I was away from HubPages for a year and noticed a significant drop across my 100+ hubs, around 50%.

    Just write about what you love and don't worry about the money.

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      Oscarlitesposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      yes many of my hubs are occupational related.   I do have them interlinked.  The big issue is that I do not feel my hubs are on main street internet, USA 2015; and  if you aren't interested in making money, this seems to be the place!   frustrated!

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      Robbie C Wilsonposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      If your original hubs are not pulling in the views you want, try branching out in another direction that interests you. My first ideas for hubs failed horribly until I happened across another area of interest that resonated with enough people.

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    Oscarlitesposted 2 years ago

    I'm not saying this isn't a good hub site to write on, but I am saying it lacks class in the realm of income, unless I'm missing something.  It doesn't help market anything about your hubs.  You're just feeding you own satisfaction of having a hobby so far as I'm concerned. None of the claims of producing monthly income are realistic here. not unless you already have gone out and built another website somewhere to do your marketing. That's the sad story.  and in fact I should have already built a real website anyway.  My question here was to ask for tips on this. --------

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      Robbie C Wilsonposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Ah, I look at HubPages purely as a hobby and creative outlet and any money I get is a bonus. If you want to make money, you will need to set up either your own blog or website.

 
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