I'm new to Hub Pages and just wanted to hear from others about their experience on the site, especially regarding if you actually make money off of it!
I write for Suite101.com, and it seems like they help you out more with SEO because I get more page views there. Any suggestions on improving my SEO?
The best advice I can give you is to use the search feature.
There are many forum threads and hubs meant to help people with hub specific SEO. If you don't like searching, you can browse the hubpages related hubs. http://hubpages.com/topics/hubpages/2848
I'd say use the tip Suite 101 taught you and apply them to hubs. I know they supposedly give you some sort of training when it comes to web content.
I do make money off the site. Not that much but then again I only have 50 hubs across both my accounts, only about 30 of which are really meant to bring me money, and I don't really bother much with seo or promotion. I just do a little bit of keyword research and that's it.
Welcome to HubPages. I would say keep writing. The more articles you write, the more potential for ads and earnings. It's also important to have topics of interest so that viewers will want to click on the articles. Good luck!
Here's a hubbing walkthrough I can recommend.
And make use of the different types of capsules. For instance, there is a video capsule that lets embed youtube videos in your hub.
The best advice is to just write creative unique articles. The money will follow
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