But seriously folks: I've been posting here since 2011. I've never quite made it to that mythical "$50 to $500 per month" level, but I do well enough to get beer & pizza money out of it a few times a year, so I have no complaints.
Keep your monetary expectations low, treat this as a hobby/outlet for your writing, and just have fun with it.
Okay, just so you can hear an opposing voice.
I make a lot more than that, but it did take a while. There is a learning curve here, like with anything else in life. It takes some time before you find out what works.In the meantime, keep working on it.
Also am not sure what you have read about "passive income". That is a joke and does not exist. You have to stay on top of this, edit your articles, add new info even to the evergreen things you write.
I have have written 45 articles and specialise in "health and exercise", a very saturated/competitive field yet I still make payout every month.
The platform is great. There is good collaboration between management and writers with mutual trust. They are efficient, honest, transparent and listen to us. We, the writers, try to comply with their ever changing rules which are required for producing successful Internet content. You can learn the ropes here by reading the help pages and asking questions in the forum.
So if you have something interesting to contribute and are a reasonably accomplished writer, you'll learn a lot here and eventually become successful on HubPages.
Welcome to HubPages
Has anyone used Hubpages before?
Nope, never heard of it.
Has anyone used PubPages before?
How about RubPages, CubPages, ChubPages, TubPages or BubPages?
I love FlubPages and GrubPages. But I dislike Blubpages.
Don't forget ClubPages and StubPages.
...somebody stop me, I could do this all day.
PubPages is my favorite. You earn money for drinking beer!
I heard of it over 9 years ago. I've been getting paid every month for several years now. Seems like an okay deal to me. I mean, literally, no one else has paid me every month during that time, but that website you mentioned, they have. I'm not going to complain about that.
I have been here for 10 years but only just started writing a week back. I haven't made payment yet as I don't have enough hubs, but I have read so many positive reviews which makes me hopeful.
I'm also looking to improve my English as I'm not a native speaker and know I can achieve that here.
If you have a Google Adsense account and you can submit quality contents regularly here then hubpages is a good place to work. Otherwise also you can come here to see the information on various topics and believe me you will get good quality content which you can use in your research work.
All the best.
That's what is known as Living The Dream.
Checked this out. It does indeed exist. However, the "Pub" part is short for "publish" and therefore has nothing to do with pubs/beer. Crushing disappointment.
I have made a little under $200 with HubPages so far. This has been over the course of a year. Sure that is not shocking numbers to most people here but I was not sure if I would even get enough views to be paid once originally.
I have learned a lot about on page SEO by writing for HubPages. Right now I am focusing on writing content for my own website I started this past year. I still plan on writing a hub every once a while. But getting paid from here is not that big a focus anymore for me.
by starme77 9 years ago
if so, how did it go?
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