Hypothetically speaking, if you put equal time into both writing quality hubs AND referring new users, do you think you'd make the same amount from each? Just wondering how hard I should work on getting referrals as well as hub writing.
Referrals are a lottery. I have a lot of referrals but only a tiny minority of them ever get around to writing any Hubs - and that includes people whom I've personally invited because I know they're writers.
You can get referrals naturally by including your tracker in any of your links, especially if you're writing about writing, or making money online.
Writing Hubs makes a LOT more than referrals.
Referrals are a crap-shoot.
by sam243542 years ago
I have just started, so I dont expect it in the near future, but how many hubs, or how many months before you start making money? How much traffic is considered to be good traffic? Right now I am getting...
by sampurna shrestha4 years ago
Hey hubbers out there.. I am new to hubpages and i am not sure if I can really make money here. Like i have seen some success stories in hubpages but that seems to be long time ago. I am a student and i have little...
by iceangel6 years ago
Am on hubpages to improve my writings,what of you guys?
by 02SmithA9 years ago
I just started hubbing and I was wondering if those who had been here a while could let me know what kind of results they have had with the referral program? Has anyone tried running advertisements with their hubpage...
by Hub Star2 years ago
I was on another thread and someone said many people sign up on HubPages, but very few go on to write a substantial number of quality Hubs.I wonder why this is and what HubPages can do to encourage people to stay on and...
by Muttface4 years ago
It seems to be a regular sentiment in the forum threads. Are you waiting to see what will happen?
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