I have earned 100 dollars this month from Wizzley. How are your earning going on here in the Hubs?
More than that, despite the lack of Amazon earnings showing
Edit: Is this your latest incarnation, Das?
If you make such a claim from Wizzley, I'd like to see some kind of proof. Wizzley ranks horribly compared to Hubpages and it has been like that always.
To answer your question, I earned more than that already without Amazon this month on HP. Are you a troll, Das?
People here have earned 3000 in lifetime earnings. At Wizzley, they make about $100000 in average per pro Wizzlier in their lifetime earnings. They have bought trucks with that money. I've seen one with my own eye.
If he is earning that much per month, and if he's really been a hubber for years, his earning (ie., lifetime earning from this site) should have been equal to the sum of ten houses.
If someone makes $1000 per month, then 12 months equals to 12000. In 10 years, that would equal to $120000.
If someone makes $4000 per month, then that would be, in ten years = ?
Maths without common sense is dangerous. No one begins here and earns 1k a month during their first months. The brits in all their sarcasm called it common sense, alas, it's not that common.
Not sure about your math skills. In the calendar year 2012, I earned about what I make in 2 days now. So if you take the total time I was here on HP, and divided it by my lifetime earnings, it is significantly less than what I am making a month now.
That screen shot does not say "averages $500 a month for 142 months"; it shows his current monthly earnings and lifetime earnings.
Kind of a shame though. This troll writes bizarre things that have the real makings to produce forum gold threads.
Maybe we could all learn from him; I am sure he could write a great hub on "How to Make Tinfoil Hats to Avoid COVID-19"
So how is your tinfoil hat project going there Das?
In the next ten years, I'm going to buy 10 houses. In the next twenty years, 20 houses.
Great. We are all looking forward to reading a hub about it. (Do not attempt to do it in haiku form though.)
Make sure to do it at a constant rate of 1 each year.
I bought a truck with my Wizzley earnings, also adopted a giraffe.
I bought an island in the south Pacific. Wizzley is awesome. (We are still searching for a giraffe though.
Those who came to collect the money with truck might be they are belongs to somalya. because mony value fall.
This thread has been a joke. I have earned nothing from Wizzley, I don't have any account there. Although I do prefer Medium.com over HubPages (in terms of blog publishing), and I do have an account on Medium.com.
I was joking with everyone.
Alas, I've run out of ideas to write about anything anywhere.
I can confirm that Wizzley is NOT a good earner, I know this from experience.
It's more than a Bubblews, but not quite a Squidoo.
Hehe! Funny, but don't knock the Squidoo, I still feel sad about their demise! It took me years to get into their monster-themed site, and then they went belly-up!
Bubblenews were just plain awful! Even if I did make a few dollars...
Wizzley was actually better than Squidoo, far better. They were even better than HP in terms of the quality they allowed. The difference is Squidoo was live at the time when Google even ranked crap.
I beg to differ regarding Squidoo - it wasn't just fun, it was also a very good earner, especially for Amazon. Wizzley has never been good.
Bubblenews was always a bit crazy. As the name suggests, it was a bubble that grew rapidly and burst. Goodness knows how much money was foolishly ploughed into that business. I was posting stuff there and collecting my dollar for 20 words until they stopped paying out... Very weird....
I had a couple hundred dollar months on Wizzley through Amazon. Squidoo did well, no doubt about that and they definitely did better than Wizzley. But Squidoo was not doing well anymore at the time of Wizzley, the founders were actually squids and they created the platform because Squidoo was dying.
Wizzley had article moderation far before HP began doing it. If they could get more people to their site and if they created niche sites following the same structure they began with, they'd be doing pretty well.
Comparing it to bubblethingy is like comparing apples to oranges. That thing was just a bubble waiting to burst as you say.
Squidoo's traffic was on a par with HP at one point. They made some mistakes, but mostly because they failed to second guess Google's plans. It seems harsh to judge them retrospectively for guessing wrong. They did overreact in the aftermath, but I came to love that site after misunderstanding it for a long time.
Wizzley is a small scale operation and it can be pretty amateurish. There are major reasons why they don't get more people to their site. I have experienced some of those negatives. I don't perceive those negatives as being fixed anytime soon.
More than Bubblews....Isnt that like saying "My business is even better managed than Enron?"
I love how, even after all this time, merely mentioning the name "Bubblews" makes everyone react like they just smelled something bad. Haha
HubPages is still the king of forum amusement and socialization software marketing!
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