I'm just wondering..if no one clicks them for a long time.. then it would take a longg time to make a bit of money..right!? You write good content..but ads is all what matters in the end? Or not?
well i understand your concern..dont worry about who would click and who wont..write good content and forget about it..believe me if you stay steady for six months , writing good content , you would be advising same thing to new hubber , six months from now..yes to read about keywords and how others have made money through hubs..
this is best site to be in because there is lot of support in form of articles and also from experienced hubbers..but number one thing is writing good quality hubs...
You have only been here 6 days.
Start to worry about earnings after 3 or 4 months of prolific publishing.
Patience is always a virtue. It is really hard to start as a writer but slowly, you will get paid. There are ups and downs of a writer. Hang in there and don't give up.
What if monkeys come and delete your hubpages account....what if aint gonna cut the mustard, it's about actions and the time and effort you put in....trust me I'm an artist?!!!!
you are correct, if that is your purpose and monetization strategy.
and it takes most new web writers 9 months to reach payout - but writing at a higher frequency could severely decrease that limit
patience is probably in order
Welcome to hubpages. Everyone has doubts. I kept asking myself
"What if I'm not a good enough writer?"
"What if I'm not doing it right?"
"What if I'm writing about the wrong subjects?"
"What if it works for everyone but me?"
Channel those doubts. Each time you doubt, turn it into a hub. Don't concentrate on the money - just write. Slowly you'll get a few cents. Then a few cents more... then before you know it, it will turn into dollars.
I'd recommend doing the 30 day hub challenge. You'll find that you're so busy writing you don't concentrate on your earnings so much and by the time you're done you'll learn a lot more about what works as well as find yourself with a good increase in traffic. Good luck!
by world of the wise 8 years ago
Hi guys, may page rank is too poor, i have been rare at hubpages just to create backlinks. But nothing seems to be on my sidePlease tell, is there another way to increase page rank rather than backlinks. am too tired
by Disillusioned 8 years ago
Think of this.People say, content is the king in Hubs (or anywhere where you write articles and aim to get Adsense revenue).If I write a good article containing rich info on the subject, people will read it, get the info they wanted, appreciate it and go away.But if I write a "keyword"...
by riotgrrrl 9 years ago
Bare with me, i'm very new and still getting the hang of it all!!Can we help each other out by clicking on each others adverts, or does clicking the links alone not generate income for the person? Do you need people to make a purchase after clicking your link???
by vaguesan 6 years ago
do you click on ads on hubpages?do you ever click on the ads on hubpages? If so, do you do it to help other hubbers out? I'm not talking about click fraud here, I'm just wondering if you are more inclined to checkout ads on your fellow hubber's hubs as opposed to ads on some random site you stumble...
by Marturion 6 years ago
What is more important to you as a reader - style or content?If you had to choose between a book with a terrific plot, but mediocre writing; and one with fantastic writing, but didn't seem to go anywhere... Which would you choose?
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 3 years ago
I know we are all here to make some money, but having 10 ads on a page slows down loading time to such an extent that readers just don't have the patience to wait for a page to load. So they click away without reading our pages. To prove my point that the very high number of ads is to...
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