It would be very helpful if I get some advice on earning on Hubpage.
As far I know you can earn through Amazon capsule and the adds which are placed on your article. Pardon me if I am wrong and please enlighten me.
I have heard in this forum, many hubbers get regular earning through their hubs.
But I was wondering apart from Amazon capsule, are those placed adds are enough to maintain a continuous income.
Thanks in advance
Well researched and passion~driven writing is what matters here. Some people here have made lakhs of rupees (thousands of dollars) during the lifespan of their career at HubPages. They do not come to the forums, btw.
They are the big fishes, and they are found at the bottom of the river.
Why in the world would you think that people that earn well here do not come to the forums?
I have never seen one of those high earners here, in the forums. They are seen rarely.
People don't always disclose their earnings
A lot of high earners visit this forum. There are even a few on this very thread.
I make it a point to study their writing style among a few other things to see what works and what doesn't.
If you write articles that people are searching for... and you write them well. And you keep doing it, then you will earn.
Amazon can be tricky because you have to know how to integrate the product into the text. Capsules don't usually do so well as in-text links. I used to earn a couple of hundred $s per month from Amazon but that has fallen away now.
I think the best way to earn more money from writing is to choose a profitable niche. The more narrowed down niche will be more appealing for people.
You can write your hubs in two different methods. One is "passion hubs" and the other is "problem hubs".
Passions like traveling will get a good search volume on search engines. And for the problems' part, you can write hubs with the beginning of 'How to'.
Be conscious of the keywords you are using throughout your hub. Think twice at least before choosing your keywords, whether it is being searched by people or not.
That's all from my side. Forgive me "big fishes", if I am wrong.
I think my query has been lost somewhere in that "big fish" comment.
So if anyone please could answer my query.
You add your PayPal account to your HubPages settings page. That's all in required from your part. HubPages does the rest of it. HubPages will advertise on your hubs, and you shall get a portion of that income received from your work. That's it.
The more viral your content, the more you earn. You have to trust Google also. Google (and other search engines) is how people discover your viral content.
You joined eight hours ago? Is this an alternative account?
And I predict a QAP fail in your future
I wish this thread could go on a bit longer..
I think someone needs to email Fatfreddyscat. We need his input here.
It can if we put a little effort into it.
Has anyone ever tried pre-pairing their socks before they put them in the dryer, perhaps linking them together with a safety pin? Does it help prevent the "single-sock phenomenon" or do single, unmatched socks keep turning up regardless?
I think you have to start earlier than that. Like when you put them into the dirty laundry. Just remember to take them off first.
We're not happy sockers in this house as we each have a selection of black socks.
Yes, it is possible to do well with the ad program but you do need a lot of page views. In order to garner those views, you need to have plenty of hubs that rank well on Google. (No, they do not need to be "viral". 10,000 page views every day is better than having a viral article that gets a few hundred thousand page views once.)
Thanks a lot DrMark1961 and theraggededge.
May I ask one more thing, is Letterpile is good enough to drive traffic and to earn?
Not really. It has the lowest traffic and if you go to the site many of the articles are poetry, which do not earn well. I am not sure what your background is but you are more likely to earn with "how to" type articles, the kind of hubs that help people solve their problems.
No, sorry, it doesn't do very well. Creative writing and poetry doesn't attract much traffic anywhere on the internet. People aren't searching for it. The best articles solve problems or answer queries. Basically, you have to write articles that rank highly in search engine results.
Thank you so much for your guidance DrMark1961 & theraggededge.
Probably (I'm not sure) Hubpages would rather we not post about our earnings, but I'll give a little feedback. I joined Squidoo and then Hubpages about 4 or 6 years ago. Presently I have 34 hubs, of which 9 are featured (some on the "special" hubs.)
Some are lagging behind because I haven't been actively working on Hubpages in a long looong time (just recently back) and others because previous versions (Squidoo especially) encouraged small flippant articles about silly stuff - reviews of lavender soap, for instance! (Eventually I'll just delete those.)
Oddly enough, in the past year or two a couple of my articles gained traction, and now I enjoy a small income from HP every quarter or so.
Enough to cover dinner for two at a nice restaurant? Maybe... barely. But certainly better than nothing.
Here's my advice. (And remember I'm no expert.)
1) HP is not a get rich quick scheme.
2) Write articles with expertise and flair.
3) Write articles because they are important and meaningful to you. Hopefully they'll be meaningful to others also.
by greencha 8 years ago
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by Shadaan Alam 6 years ago
I think it would be so good if we can add the zazzle products to our hubs via Zazzle Capsule just like We do it for Amazon. It will help us improve traffic and of course earnings.
by Adam Harkus 5 years ago
Not that I was making any money from them, but why has my directly related Amazon product link been snipped in the hub-pro edit ?I could understand snipped competitor products, but what is the point of having ebay / amazon capsules if they are being removed from the niche sites?
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