Hi lady there is bulk info here on HP's on how to do it. Just look up the writing a hub info in the help pages.
That was the impression I got when I saw your hub.
You might want to consider blogging. Short posts about whatever comes to mind. HubPages is better suited to informational and educational articles.
Wow, you are "brand smacking new" lol.
Look up on the top, left of your computer screen. Next to "browse" click on "Topics". Click on "Hubs". Then click on "Making money on Hubs". You'll find lots of good info on how to make money with HubPages there.
I'm relatively new myself and I'm learning new stuff everyday. My suggestion to you is to read, read, read and read some more about what other Hubbers are writing about how to make money on HubPages. Then put it into action.
Best wishes to ya.
How hubs work?
Well, you publish an informative article called a hub here on HubPages. Once you have published about 10 of those, sign up for Adsense and Amazon and enter the unique publisher ID they assign you at: http://hubpages.com/my/affiliate. Ads with your publisher ID will be displayed on your hubs 60% of the times and you will earn from those.
Try to write on topics you think people will search on Google
Don't quit your day job to make money from HubPages and don't get frustrated if you don't start earning rite away.
Here is a Hub you can read...by Frogdropping
For Making more money you have to invest some money. Invest in share market and earn money in easy way. but always invest wisely.
I am confused which type of work they do and how they manage.
by Tony Mead 6 years ago
Am I the only person on hubpags that isn't making money from my writing?I try to follow all the help and clever people on here, but I just can not follow how to do things
by The Donkey 2 years ago
I'm new to HubPages, so give me a break if this is a terrible question. I nearly have 40 followers, and I have posted 15 hubs in 5-6 weeks. When do you start making the big bucks?
by Marlene Bertrand 6 years ago
What do you do when you read a hub that is purely promotional?The hub itself may be well-written and enjoyable, but clearly it is all about promoting a company, product, or service. Do you flag it? Do you ignor it? Do you rate it?
by Eric Luong 5 years ago
I made two hubs and both were rejected -I can understand that. What I do want to know is if the site can make money for me, and if so, how can I do it?
by kathleenkat 5 years ago
I like to check Hubpages on breaks at work. Now, I can't access my Hub feed because a Hubber chose to write a Hub about drugs, and Hubpages hasn't caught onto it yet. My organization is pretty fair on what it blocks/allows. Usually blocks things about gun violence, cults, and drugs. They also only...
by jasoncox83 7 years ago
Ok this is not for promotional, only as an example of a recently published hub.http://hubpages.com/hub/Is-Space-Travel-Worth-The-CostThat or feel free to visit my hubs pick a random one..Although a few I understand why they are not earning anything but ones like this above (Only as an example) or...
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