How many people actually make money on hubpages, and how much do they make. I would also like an approx. of the views you have, the comments, and your followers. I will check out your profile if you make money to learn more. Thanks for posting!
Also, I realized that if you posted about an article a day, and each article made you $.25 every day, then in a year, you would have about $3000 a month. And that is if you ONLY make 25 cents a day.
.25 x 350 hubs= 87.5
87.5 x 365 days = $2625 a month
Yes you can make money writing here, but unless you're an SEO expert and put a lot of time and effort into each individual hub, actually earning anything takes time.
I've been here 9 months, and probably didn't earn anything at all in the first month or so, then I started a see a few cents every other day, then I saw a few cents every day. By March I was earning an average of 18 cents a day which had risen to 61 cents by June (that's euro-cents which is a bit higher that US cents). It's now August and I am averaging about €1.25 a day. It might not seem a lot but it is rising exponentially every single month. Traffic is also slowly rising.
If you are serous about making money here, write as many hubs as you have time for now, and you will reap the benefits in the future
Oh the above figures are only adsense, you could double that if you add in Amazon sales.
Don't count on a daily amount. It fluctuates greatly. People aren't going to give you all the specifics you want. Read the forums and you'll see we have people making several thousand a month. I meet the monthly threshold but it took me 9 months to get the first one. If you do the research on keywords, write good original content and backlink your hubs, with time and patience you can make money here. The more you put into it, the more you can expect to get out of it.
BTW...welcome to HubPages.
Edit: Here is an example of a similar thread. http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/49049
I was just wondering how long it would take me to start making money.
Is a hub a day a good estimate to start. I would like to start making about a dollar a day around 2011. Do you think I could make it with a hub a day?
Considering the hubs are of good quality, then I would say anything is possible to reach that by the end of 2011 or possibly next summer.
First you need to get the basics down, learn to crawl before you run.
If you're asking me if it's feasible, yes! Think about it, to get the $100 threshold each month one has to make at least over $3 a day.
However, if you write about things that no one is looking for then they're not likely to read your hubs, you won't rank very high in a search engines, and there will be no one to click on your ads to generate any revenue. You have to research what to write about if income is your goal.
I've written some suggestions for you in your other thread of who you should read. Cagsil also gave you the links in the last to post thread. Try reading these.
If it matters, I'm average between $2-$4 per day, as is and I have no SEO training(but learning it slowly).
I have a little bit of experience with SEO, but I want to learn more.
2-4 dollars a day isnt a lot but thats an extra 60-120 a day. Do you have to do anything, or is that on autopilot. Like could you leave for a month , and still be making 100 dollars a month. That is my goal, to make money on autopilot, and get lots of traffic.
Same and same. I averaged over $3/day this month and last month. Yesterday was my first $10+ day.
If you can truly publish one hub each day, I think you should do pretty well over time provided that they aren't totally crazy hubs. You should also see your income then grow over time. I stopped doing anything for July and saw my income hold fairly steady.
Your reasoning is not sound in the fact that you are never going to be able to put out a 25 cent per day hub. It takes a lot of effort and seoing and other things to get a 25 cent per day hub but now that I think about it it is possible just need to be good quality hubs.
I earn a reasonable amount off Hubpages, I would say earning $1 a day off hubpages IS definitely possible, but you have to put in the research on how to make the cash!
After about 3 months of publishing, I'm up to about $1 a day and it's increasing steadily. It has been a lot of work and study, and before I went back to work I published a hub a day.
Not all earn anything at all - I've had to find what I can write that people are interested in and work the angles. A tremendous amount of study of SEO as I started a complete and total newbie to writing or publishing.
Your goal sounds makeable, although it may well take over a year. It just depends on how fast you can learn and how much time you have to put into it.
Thats definitely a good way to approach hubpages by setting goals.
I have been here for a little over a year and have some hubs geared to my local market, some for the general www and some are sales hubs.
I would say about 20% of them recieve good traffic on a daily basis and about 20% no traffic at all.
From this I avaerage about $2 - $3 per day.
I have definitely found that there are a lot of helpful hubbers here in the forums that will help you tweak your income and approach to hubbing. The little hubnuggets of info that gets shared is a means to slowly improve your visibity on the web.
There are 2 ways to consider.
1. Write, write and write some more every day until you are happy that you have a nice collection of topics and hubs to read. Then go back and add the tips you find to your existing hubs.
2. The second way is to research, research and research some more every day until you feel you are ready to turn out a profitable hub and go for the traffic.
My approach has been number one as the ideas remian fresh.
My best info has been from searching the hubpages income hubs and then looking out for these hubbers in the forums. There just to many helpful hubbers to mention, but you will notice them easily in the hubs on hubpages income.
Good luck and stick to your goal. Its definitely possible.
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