Today I read a new term called "monitization plan." What is this and how do I sign in for it?
Where did you see it? Unless you can post a link or give more detail, we can't help.
Theraggededge, look at the
https://hubpageshelp.com/money/Learning … y-HubPages
That simply refers to the HubPages' earnings program. If you have signed up, activated the Ads program and Amazon. And also added your Paypal email address then you're good to go.
There is no other monetization program.
Bev (theraggededge) is right. A monetization plan is generally just a scheme for making something earn. That's all that can be said from the info you've given.
You need to focus on your writing, rather than worrying about earning. The money can only happen if you produce original, well-written, informative articles.
Thanks for replying .
I was worried about it. Now I am trying to write a high-quality article. I know it is not easy, but I leave no stone unturned. I think articles about health rarely move toward the nichsite. I may be wrong.
As long as you aren't using AI software to write those articles for you.
Anything written by that method comes across as stilted and repetitive.
There are two niche sites for health-related articles, so, yes, you are wrong. However, you have to show you have expertise in whatever you are writing about. And that goes for most of the niche sites.
Health articles are moved to niche sites if they are suitable. You need to follow the requirements in the “Help” section of this site. Authoritative references are essential.
In addition, you need to check that you aren’t making health recommendations if you don’t have specific qualifications in relation to the topic. It’s important that you don’t make definite claims, such as declaring that a substance or treatment will be helpful for a specific condition or will cure it. It’s fine to describe the relevant discoveries of researchers or to describe your personal experience with the substance or treatment, however. A disclaimer is important in the article.
I agree with theraggededge that you should also have qualifications that are at least somewhat related to the topic. You should state your qualifications in the bio at the top of the article or at least on your profile.
I suppose that our old friend, now going under the name Abid Taga, might have turned over a new leaf. However, I doubt it.
Not sure if it's that one, but his articles have quite advanced vocab for an ESL person. However, where he added his own headings, they were both strangely misspelled. Like 'conclussion' and 'referance'. If you look at the text within the article, there are no misspellings at all.
Yet in the forum, his written language skills are lacking.
Edit: pointing at the title of this thread as an example.
Indeed, theraggededge. Just his phrasing and questions are enough to identify him. If he's willing to play by the rules this time, then good luck to him. However, I expect that he won't.
It's difficult to identify an individual and I'm not sure how much it matters.
I went through my feed the other day and looked at newly published work. It was pretty depressing. Five in a row with basic spelling and syntax problems in the main titles. I reported them all, of course.
The site gets bombarded with this stuff. I suspect they're sent way more low quality stuff than good.
HP use software as the first hurdle to try and weed out the majority of the crap. The stuff that gets through to Discover then gets reviewed by a human editor. I can't see how they could do it any differently, realistically.
It's certainly a better system than when they used to have us "hub-hopping".
I think advanced vocabe plays a vital role in improving your article quality. But some writers' articles have good vocabulary on HP. I am also trying to learn it. It adds beauty in our articles. For example, we can use the word "aperture" instead of ""open gap."
The widening aperture between the poor and the rich breeds resentment among general masses.
Furthermore, what topic are you discussing?
A good rule for writing is 'never use a long word when a short one will do'.
'The widening gap between...' is much better than aperture, which is another word for hole, and is generally used for actual physical objects, like cameras. If you want a different word, you could get away with 'chasm'.
And 'population' is better than 'general masses'.
If you don't understand and/or check your word usage, your writing can end up looking wordy, and over-cooked.
Theraggededge, you are overlooking the vital of these words. I draw these words from the national magazine "Global Village Space" and Dawn newspaper.
The magazine writers use these words frequently.
In addition, these words are checked by my teacher, who is an English professor. After consultation with him, I try to use these words in my writing. I am not saying that I am a good writer,but I am moving toward it. Such words do not appear in any writer's article on HP.
In similar fashion, there are many beautiful words that are available instead of destroying. In some places, we can replace "destroy" with "upheavel," "havoc," etc.
My teacher says that the structure of our first sentence should be different from the next one( one active and the other passive). It gives additional beauty to our article. What is your opinion about it?
It is an admirable achievement and I am envious of anyone with a talent for languages. I am useless at learning anything other than English.
The general guideline for online content writing is to produce content that an intelligent 13-year-old can understand.
There is nothing wrong with using 'beautiful words'; it's always a good thing, but don't confuse them with long words which look overworked and contrived. Often the word is not quite right, and it appears the writer has not really understood the meaning or has picked it from a thesaurus at random.
You can't replace 'destroy' (verb) with 'havoc' or 'upheaval (nouns).
What does 'overlooking the vital' mean? Do you mean 'importance'? Vital is an adjective, not a noun. This is the kind of thing I'm talking about. Take care to get the word right.
I assure you, I don't overlook the importance of any words, but they have to be appropriate. Try not to make the classic error that many English-as-a-second-language speakers do of believing that a longer word is better. It usually isn't, unless you are writing academic papers that call for them.
Passive voice should be used sparingly (see what I did there?).
I notice you use passive sentences throughout your articles. Active sentences are more attractive and carry the reader along. Sometimes, we can't avoid them, but it's a good idea to see if you can write them in an active format.
You can take my advice or ignore it if you think you know better. You can take a look at my profile and see how many of my articles are on niche sites if you need convincing. Also, check the profiles of other people in the forum who are doing their best to help and advise you.
I'm going to bow out of this discussion. To be honest, I'm feeling overwhelmed by the beauty of the advanced vocabe. I don't feel able to grasp the vital.
You are an online content writer and know more about it. However, in Pakistan (where I live), such words are encouraged.I do not want to become a content writer. HP helps me a lot. First and foremost, it improves my writing style and gives me a chance to talk with a great writer like you.
I said that we can replace destruction with havoc.
Example: COVID-19 destroyed the world.
COVID-19 brought havoc to the world.
I learned something from you. Thanks☺
Hegelian said "it is assumed that conflict between ideas pave the way of future change"
HubPages is American not Pakistani, therefore, you are well-advised to study the style of the articles on the niche sites and in the Learning Center.
If you write at HubPages, you are a content writer, whether you like it or not.
The meanings of your examples are completely different. You could not use them interchangeably.
I'm not a 'great writer'; I'm an okay one with a lot of experience of writing online. There are many excellent writers here and I encourage you to read their material
There's no conflict of ideas here... there's what works and what doesn't.
You are right, but I am not wrong. You should visit Pakistan International Magazine for a better understanding.
We both belong to two different countries that are different in many ways, especially their education systems.
I am not saying that there is a conflict I wrote it for fun.
I think we should stop this discussion.☺
My article on COVID does not mislead the readers.
Did I say anything about your article being misleading?
I did not say you are wrong either. I tried to give you advice about writing for this platform. As I said, you are free to take it or ignore it.
You obviously don't want it, so I'll leave it there.
Some of the English is definitely wrong. I don't think that there's a magazine in Pakistan that could change that fact.
Some people in Pakistan do speak and write excellent English, of course, but Abid is not one of them.
This thread has been a bit like Monty Python's Dead Parrott Sketch at times, where the protestations are taken to absurdist levels.
I like all them thar high falutin wards.
I have come to a 'conclussion': You can lead a horse to water... and still end up banging your head against a brick wall
It's the non-sequiturs and unrelated tangents on this thread that seem to resemble a rabbit hole of 'confussion'.
We know nothing, Paul. Apparently.
You're right that some Pakistanis speak excellent English. That applies to every country whose mother tongue is not english. In Nigeria, a developing third world country, such magazine that our friend is making reference to exists. But, I dare not read them. They're emblemish with murderous 'Queen's English'. I don't even read them. @Abid, please do follow the leadings of Paul Goodman, theraggedge, and others here in the forum. Additionally, the learning center is basic to polishing your english grammar. Thank you.
I've been observing this thread righ from day one. I know Abid's inquiry about menetisation plan, is hubpages monetisation programme. But being a new writer here, his level of 'standard English' America or British is at a low point. Sure, one thiing is correct about how English is treated among the non-governmental circle, in Pakistan. That he has informed us. Seriously in Nigeria, officially, and academically, the British standard, is what's allowed. Various levels of local slangs are used in variou media, and they can't be suitable for hubpages content writing. Critically, Hubpages allow some standard english from English speaking countries. It seems those are former British colonies, or dominions. It'll take Abid time to overcome his weakness here.
This is not the first time that we have met this guy and gone into the same Alice world. It's a shame to see that people of such goodwill have to go through this every time he appears.
People of such goodwill do not have to go through this. I smell a troll. Respond to him if you must, but don't be surprised if it never ever ends.
Yup, it's best to ignore him at this point. He's now attempting to stir up drama. It's tiresome, but whatever...
What do you want to say? What is your problem with me? Today, tell everyone what hatred you have for me in your heart. This man has been after my life ever since I arrived. Whoever speaks to me in the same tone will get the answer in the same tone.
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