Writing lots of quality articles, commenting on the articles of others, and sharing articles on social media.
Thanks, Chloe, for your comment. I understand about writing quality articles and promoting them on social media. However, I don't understand how commenting on articles of others will help me to make money. Please explain.
Participating in the hubpages community can lead to influential hubbers sharing your articles to their followers.
Advertise your articles on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Those platforms produce traffic to your site and greater possibility of a click. Writing rewards with pennies, but pennies grow daily. Elephants eat peanuts &get pretty big. Have patien
Making Hubs multitask, such as writing a Hub that answers a question few can find an answer to (to earn adsense revenue) while also promoting products as an answer you can monetize either via one or two ebay/Amazon affiliate links or refer to a customer website (tactfully) as an answer.
I wrote about this in greater detail in my Hub Promoting Your Site within the Rules and Good Taste
Don't expect it to happen overnight-- I was on HP a couple of years before I started making decent money here, but to be honest I didn't start for the money so it was just a pleasant surprise.
Quality content. Write great articles on topics you're passionate about, get nice photos (legally of course), follow hubpages suggested guidelines for writing great hubs, etc. Check periodically to make sure your info is up to date, your links are still working, your ads are still relevant, etc.
For me, having a niche really worked out well in helping me grow an audience. I don't know how that works for everyone, but for me it worked well, my readers tend to hop from one hub to the next when they come on and look out for new stuff because they have an interest in my niche. The ONE hub I wrote not about my niche, is about my progress on HP for my 200th hub, lol.
Answer comments; people appreciate getting a response.
Be active in the community when you can-- read other people's hubs, answer questions, etc. A portion of my hub traffic actually comes from people finding me in the comments of other hubbers, especially those topics in my niche.
Ping your hubs once in a while on Pingler, either when you write a new one or ping your profile page. Use social media too if you have to let people know about your hubs-- Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Pintrest, Google, etc. I let people know when I've written a new one and the word spreads.
Best of luck!
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