I'm a newbie here and I have just written my first 3 articles.
Concerning the earnings, which is the easiest program to follow? I don't even have a Google Adsense ID. I also read that in order to register for Google Adsense I need to have written 10 articles.
Can you tell me which is the easiest way?
Thank you so much!!
Not sure what you mean by the 'easiest path'. The only way to earn here is to write good quality articles. To be paid via the HP ad program, you have to have an Adsense account associated with your HP account. The alternative is to only use Amazon and that is very hard as HubPages is very particular about its use.
And yes, you need at least 10 featured articles.
You still need AdSense in order to sign up for Amazon under the HubPages Earnings Program. So do that theraggededge said and write at least 10 good quality articles before you try to sign up for AdSense.
Hubs are rated by the Quality Assessment Process (QAP). You want to work at getting an 8 rating or better. Here is the rating scale chart:
Thank you, theraggededge! You've been a great help!
Thank you, Glenn Stock! I appreciate it!
Have a nice day!! :-)
I am a new hubber.I have written four featured articles.I have not yet started earning anything yet.It takes a lot of time and patience to generate passive income from Hubpages.
None of your articles are on the niche sites. Your first goal is to get your articles moved to the niche sites and then work on them so that they get more traffic. Otherwise, you will not earn much. Good luck and welcome.
Afroditi, go ahead and write those 10 articles as suggested. You are not losing out on any earnings in the meantime because your views are probably really low (new articles). It's worth the wait if you follow the guide Glenn linked to.
Thank you, lobobrandon! Can you please tell me how can I get my articles on the niche sites? :_0
They are automatically reviewed for the niche sites when you publish them. If they are good enough, you will receive an email. The editors might correct a few things, or ask you to do it prior to moving them.
For older hubs, you'll see at the top of their page 'Submit to a network site' and you can submit one every 14 days.
They have to be pretty good, both in content and writing standard. If your articles aren't moved as a matter of course, then earnings will be very low as the Hubpages.com site doesn't do well in terms of traffic.
I'm new hear too. I love writing articles and many other writers are willing to help here. Have a nice day and keep trying!
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