I am starting with HubPages and I want to be a full-time article writer. I hear about HubPages & now I started writing on HubPages. Here is the link to my first article https://hubpages.com/money/Top-10-Ways- … -Online-in .
Does anyone suggest me that how can I start a full-time income with HubPages.
Speaking generally, it can take up to 3 months to earn any significant income, but only if you have search-friendly titles and substantive content. By significant income I don't mean it is enough to live on though. Maybe enough to make payout.
But unless you are an SEO expert and skilled at writing, it's liable to take at least a year just to start making that minimum payout threshold.
It took me at least a half a year to accumulate half the payout. I don't write that much from time-to-time because I am still finishing my bachelor's degree, but when I do write an article I always make sure it gets featured in niche sites. And I write about anything under the sun. I still have a long way to go, but the journey is fun.
That depends on what a full-time income means to you.
It took me a good few years to build up to my current level, which is frankly half of what it was 18 mths ago.
While it still not anything like a full-time average income in the UK, I would miss it if it disappeared.
Edit: Frankly, you won't make a lot writing in a saturated topic like 'how to make money online'. It's been written in so many ways, so often. And, unless you are actually achieving it with one of those methods how can you tell others how to do it?
One thing that's important on HubPages is that articles have to be written in near-perfect English. The first three sentences in your article about making money on the internet have significant grammar errors in each one. Most readers will be like me; they see mistakes and move on to something else.
Thank you for valuable feedback. So I will first learn the copywriting and then start...
Don't be discouraged, Thakur. I'm going to assume that you're an Indian. So here it goes.
1. Focus on the grammar and punctuation.
2. Since you're trying to engage readers, learn from other experts in your niche.
In the era of cut-throat competition in almost every niche one could think of, you chose the most abused one. As you'll see with time, it's a trial and error process. Hang in there.
You need to write a lot of good quality articles on a niche topic that you have extensive knowledge in. Writing about making money online like theraggededge says, has been done to death and your article doesn't offer anything new. In fact it doesn't offer anything much useful. For example you could write a whole article about earning money on YouTube as there are various criteria that you need to meet before you can even earn money (like number of subscribers), you could specify what videos get the most views, how to record and upload etc etc, but you need to have the knowledge.
Then you need to have your articles moved to niche sites which means they will have to pass the rigorous testing on HubPages (including pretty much perfect English as Rupert Taylor said).
It's not an easy way to make money, let alone make enough to cover your income.
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