soooo i dont get this website at all... just saying props to all you people who score 100, even though i dont even know what that means!
What exactly don't you understand lol? I'd love to help explain it to you, or almost anyone else on these forums would but you need to ask a question and not just give such a general description
maybe i am just to addicted to my myspace to realize how to do anything else on here, but i dont understand any of it. what are the scores? what is this adsense stuff? where do the blogs show up... this is in no way simple to me.... i have never felt like i didnt know what i was doing on the computer!!!!
Once you get the hand of it, it's really not that hard.
Check out the FAQ and the sticky for more basic info.
Adsense are the google ads that you see, you get the revenue from clicks. You id is shown 60% of the time in the coding, which means during that time you get the revenue.
Your earn a percent of the sales with ebay and amazon, and you get revenue per click with kontera and adsense. For all the affiliates, your ID will be shown 60% of the time.
This isn't a blog; it's a place to write helpful informative stuff, whether that be reviews (books, movies, cd's, etc) how to's, advice, whatever...
Each hub gets it's own url.
Check out the FAQ and sticky, as that should explain things a little more.
HubPages isn't really a very good blogging platform (nor is it intended as such), it's more like a place to post articles and essays on subjects that interest you.
To learn more about scores and such subjects, I highly recommend you check out darkside's hubs, as well as the hubs linked here:
I read your first Hub, that is the type of thing that should be in your profile. Hubpages isn't a blogging site, you can make a blog on say blogger.com then link to it in your profile. The Hubs themselves are for as like Whitney said, articles or essays. There used to help people or make them entertained or to review something. You may check out my hubs Here. Clearly there about products, or services. Hubpages is better described as a site to publish "Guides and News articles." Some do reviews, some do gallery's, anything is basically allowed as long as it doesn't break Hubpages rules. So something like "How to paint a barn" or "Girlfriend tips, how to make her like you" are examples of what would be here. There should be about 300-400 at least words of original content per Hub (unless its a photo gallery, you may have less words). That is just the suggestion, many people go way above and beyond,
Hubpages isn't even close to myspace. Its a platform that allows people who write about things or take picture of things display there works and earn money for them.
What i think is so funny about your thread is that I ONLY survive here because it is so simple. I have no clue on myspace. I have zero idea what I'm doing over there. I've sat down with it like 6 different times and said, "I can do this. I can do HubPages, I can do this.
Then the last few hairs on my head start falling like the rain.
I have no wallpaper, can't sell or hear my MixTapes, just an utter buffoon.
I can't even send you URL to laugh at it because I forgot what it was. LOL.
Ignore the scores. Just write something that's worth reading.
The bonus being that you can make money from it. Unlike Myspace which make millions for Rupert Murdoch.
by K Kiss 20 months ago
Is it possible to make $300 a month from hubpages?I have been hubbing for 2 years now and earn about 50-70 dollars a month from adsense but was wondering how to and whether it is indeed possible to earn 300-400 dollars a months.Please share you own experiences if you life.
by Ashok Goyal 6 years ago
Is it possible to have earnings out of Google Adsense sharing with HubPages without owning any Hubs.I linked my Adsense account with HubPages and created two Hubs but I had to delete those Hubs as these were marked as Duplicate Content. Actually I had been writing on my personal blogs and I...
by twitterguy 3 years ago
Top 10 indian adsense revenue sharing website?I am looking for top 10 indian adsense revenue sharing sites. I have found few listings in http://classylists.com/blog but i want indian based sites offering revenue sharing
by Liz Elias 7 years ago
Well, I've done a fair amount of research on my own, not necessarily understanding all of it, and I've read several articles by fellow hubbers that explain things more simply, still requiring me to bookmark the hub for future reference, as I cannot retain it all in one reading.There seems to be a...
by On The Trail 8 years ago
Under 3rd party access and hubpages.com it says under host's share of revenue, "0% of content revenue." What does that mean?Thanks!JJ
by Disillusioned 9 years ago
I have been writing at Howtodothings.com which, like Hubpages, shares 50% adsense ad revenue. This site has now stopped sharing this revenue with its members. I believe there is no official announcement to it. <snipped - no promotion of links in the Forums>CVR
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