HubPages isn't a job; you have no deadlines or assignments. You can make some money eventually by being accepted into Adsense, after which you'll earn based on views, but this is meant to supplement an income, not replace it.
Basically, if you love writing, this is a good place to do so and eventually earn a bit. If you're looking for a job, this isn't for you, as you won't make as much as you're probably expecting.
(Work. Get paid), its that simple. What you do today will gain earnings for years to come, but it must be acceptable material. Check out the tutorials. Read some hubs. See what others are doing. Write about something you love. Practice, practice, and practice some more. It's a great place to learn.
This is not a get rich quick scheme. It is a writing community with people from all walks of life spreading their knowledge and practicing their craft.
Comments are welcome.
Don't expect big bucks, pennies a click won't get you that, but when you reach the threshold of $50, it will be added to your paypal account.
Good luck and welcome to HubPages. Go ahead write something. This site is user friendly. Don't be shy.
by Aya Katz 8 years ago
The ad said: "Reason # 2 to Hub: Get paid to blog." I'm not sure what that means, but it seems as if it might mislead people about the difference between a hub and a blog.
by Ruchira 7 years ago
Why won't people take volunteering as seriously as a paid job?Everyone likes to volunteer their FREE time but I don't see the seriousness in it. Is getting money at the completion of a job...matters the most?
by Lgali 9 years ago
IS it truth Hubpages first as volunteer Job Later (after few days or month) money making Job
by deb douglas 4 years ago
I was a skeptic although I knew it was possible, but I finally got a check for my stuff. It is very exciting and makes my writing feel worth something.
by SunSeven 10 years ago
Before starting here at Hubpages around 11 weeks ago, I was quite active at myLot, which is another honest site that really paid me well. In between I tried my hand in paid to click programmes and paid to read email programmes, which did not give the satisfaction Hubpages gave me. Here's a new hub...
by Dr Mark 8 months ago
Do any hubbers spend 40 hours a week (or more) writing and researching hubs? Does the effort pay off if the site is treated like a regular job?
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