I new to hupages how do I make money, can someone help please?
Reading this page will be very helpful for you,
Oh! Oh! Can I be new too?
In the upper right corner of your screen, there is a little search bar. It's a handy little tool.
Oh yeah, and above that, there's a little button that says, "Help." That's a nifty tool as well.
You can use them, they won't bite.
Once you get started, we'll be happy to help.. but making money takes work.
Welcome to HP
You write some hubs, about whatever you want, and then press 'publish'. It's as simple as that.
Welcome to HP. These things take time, but there's plenty of advice here to get you started. Good luck!
Write & publish, communicate & comment, post & create backlinks. Enjoy!
BTW - Welcome to HubPages
What about it do you not understand? A backlink is nothing more than having another website link to your artcle. For example, when you click the share button at the bottom of your hub and it takes you to Digg, once you submit that, you have a backlink.
The idea is that you get the url to your hub listed in as many places as possible.
Welcome to HP, I agree with rafini, relesh and the rest of the hubbers all very good advice. It also takes time and patience, good luck.
Welcome to the best family community on the web Hub Pages!!!
Hi - Welcome. There is no short cut to making money on the web. You need at least three skills
1. Write good, original English content
2. Be something of a salesperson and a marketeer
3. Have a feel for numbers and stats
At the end of the day, earnings relate to:
1. Amount of non-HubPages traffic
2. The rate at which people click on your ads
3. the value of the keywords in your article
Get good numbers for 1,2 and 3 means you've found the Goose! (that lays the golden egg).
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