With lots of writing, promotion and some luck. It varies upon your specific efforts, topics, and your personal choice of the ways you earn money on HP. Also, you will need a lot of views, not just a few thousand to earn over $500 in any given timeframe. I know my answer seems vague but there truly are so many variables, some of which are personal to you that anyone answering here would not know about to help you. This is why so many people who ask about earning/specific dollar amounts here on HP get frustrated when there is no definite 1, 2, 3, type answer but earning just $500 truly does vary from hubber to hubber.
Some suggestions for you would be for you to create hubs that are easy to read and understand that use proper English. Use photos, video, infographics, polls, quizzes, etc. Write about topics that are actually being searched for in the search engines and promote your hubs online and off to get more traffic and boost your earnings. Some hubs are hits as far as earnings go and others are misses, you may already have found that just a few of your hubs are bringing in the bulk of your traffic and earnings.
Do you mean $500 per month? Per week? Per year? Either way, here's my standard answer to this question
If you are an amazingly talented writer with enough time to write hundreds of fascinating Hubs AND you also have ninja-level SEO skills to promote them and draw traffic to them, you might -- note I said MIGHT -- make $500 here after a while. Otherwise, you're just gonna make beer money (if you're lucky).
I'm not tryin' to pee on your corn flakes, I'm just being honest.
by jesimpki 6 years ago
I'm just curious to see what the average is for newcomers to earn in their first month. I know that the more hubs you have, the more impressions you'll have and potential clicks, but I'm really interested in hearing from some of the top earners, maybe to help inspire newcomers who aren't...
by Laurel Rogers 6 years ago
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by Edwin Thomas 3 years ago
How many hubs will it take to earn 50 dollars a month in hubpages earnings
by Christy Kirwan 24 months ago
Many people have asked how the new sites are performing so far. The latest Newsletter provides a general overview, but I'd also like to invite Hubbers who have had Hubs moved to discuss your experiences here. Overall, the change has been very positive, but there's also variation from author to...
by Ray 2 years ago
Curious: Do you have multiple accounts, because your profile shows 68 hubs. I took a lot of mine and moved them. I let what I have left sit til it goes idle then I take remove it. I have over 80 articles, new ones, that are not published here, but elsewhere. Earnings are less than 2 bucks a month....
by ShailaSheshadri 18 months ago
I am writing articles for this website since past 3 months. At present, I have 38 featured and published hubs. I have joined for Amazon and google Adsense program. Past two months I earned like very less amount, less than 1/2 dollar. If I continue writing and publishing at the rate of one article...
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