I have written couple of HUBS here and my score is also not bad. I am a member for over a year now. I also have placed relevant ads from Amazon. However, when my earnings are concerned, it is a BIG zero!!
How can this be changed? Can anyone provide a clear step-by-step instructions?
Thanks in advance.
You need to work harder. Four hubs won't be enough, unless you have done very well keyword research and promoted them very very well. In other words, you need to write more high quality hubs and spend more time doing keyword research plus possibly promotion. Being here for a year doesn't mean much.
HubPages is not a get rich quick scheme, nor is it the road to easy money.
Study the works and writings of successful writers here, and apply their proven techniques. Many of them are willing to share their knowledge and write hubs about writing online.
Write hubs. Write hubs. Write hubs. When you have 100+ high quality hubs, thencome back and complain it didn't work. Although I have never seen anyone with that many good hubs on good subjects say they aren't making any money...
Let your hubs ranked in search engines by choosing the right and relevant keywords with less competition and higher commercialism (to earn more in Adsense). Do some SEO tricks.
after 10 months and 26 hubs on HP I have earned about 5 Euro (through Adsense) and I have to say I`m quiet happy with it as I haven`t had a chance to put in too much time and effort just yet but defenitely planning to do so in the near future...
At the other hand I`m really enjoying being part of this community and I really have learned so much on this website and I feel my writing is improving with every hub I`m publishing....
I`m really hopeful that in the new year I can do much better, and I`m really looking forward to putting in the hard work...
best of luck everyone!
Step By Step:
~ If people don't visit you hub you can't earn
~ If you don't rank people can't see your hub
~ If you don't write well researched hub you can't rank
~ If you don't write unique, keyword rich, niche effective, quality hub your hub is not well researched
~ If your hub has less then 500 words, less information, lots of grammatical mistakes, no effective keyword, lack of on page optimization it's not a quality hub.
So, write unique, 500words+, optimized, keyword effective hub and wait. Repeat the process again and again. The more the better.
To learn all the necessary things visit this http://hubpages.com/forum/post/1390583 forum and see the recommended hubs that explains how to get started.
Best of Luck
Shifa Saleheen Shuvo
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