I'm afraid your English is too poor to make money on HubPages.
Good luck.Start with reading some hubs on keywords and seo.Misha is a very successful hubber and English is not his first language.There are many other speakers of other languages successfully hubbing.Write in short simple sentences and paragraph your work.Use youtube videos.Many of us native speakers are not as successful financially as speakers of other languages.
Misha has made it clear on several occasions that he pays others to write his web content for him. So while he picks the topic and keywords, someone else does the rest.
I would learn how to write in English before attempting to make money on Hubpages.
What does the title 'Defines of Satistics' even mean? Should that read 'Definitions of Statistical Terminology' or something?
Hi Marissa, I would take the advice others have given you and try and improve on your engish,,,it will get better over time.
Just don't give up!
You will need to do keyword research first and then write around that, you can monetize in different ways,,including adsense.
Find what you are passionate about, write about that!
Create your Hub but don't publish it straight off,,get someone to have a look at it for you and reapair the grammar,,,you can do this while you learn.
Then publish them,,,remember you can always come back and edit them too.
I hope this helps
The SEO DAD & the Creator of the Hubpages Tribe!
Marty--First of all, Marisa didn't ask the question. And even if she did, it's "Marisa"--not "Marissa".
And I'm surprised that anyone here would tell "Kelly" to keep publishing with her English skills the way that they are. Are you really that keen on flooding HP with garbage?
kellydove, some suggestions would be to create a series of hubs on a related subjects, then do some keyword research and find out what phrases are being searched for online. It works to organize your content before you post, by asking yourself how you will go about answering questions that your viewers are looking for.
You will find that there are only so many types of hubs to make, either a informational hub for research purposes, or a "how to" hub that shows people how to do something or a product hub that encourages your readers to buy items.
Some tips are to have a heading that catches readers attention and then placing capsules in a layout for easy navigation will allow readers to flow through the hub.
The key is to have a goal in mind of what you want to achieve when you write the hub, are you wanting to make money, do you want to teach others about something or are you just wanting to get traffic to your own website.
Also you can not forget that marketing and promoting your hubs will be the best way to get more targeted traffic to your content, you can read some of the hubs of top hubbers who cover plenty of help with backlinking, and traffic generation tips.
Planning out each hub will be necessary and if you find that you need to outsource your content, it may be a good way to get started.
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