I am sure so many hubbers made a lot of hubs on christmas to earn some extra money, now that it is over what next? How else can someone make consistent money on hubpages?
Some of the more seasoned hubbers who make good money here write hubs 6 months out. You have to have a good mix of seasonal hubs and evergreen hubs to consistently make good money. Write about Mother's Day, Father's Day, 4th of July, summer stuff.
I guess that simply means I have some writing to do...about SOME holiday forthcoming.
... write about using up leftover turkey over the coming month and recycling old Christmas cards and decorations.
My Christmas was pretty boring. Not much happened. We watched Jim Carey's Christmas Carol had Christmas dinner and that's about it.
I just finished writing a hub, but, might have to do some more work on it. Nothing fancy this time.
The build up to christmas is usually more exciting than christmas day itself. I guess thats how it is. Although i visited families and shared in the feasting. lol
I think I made three Christmas hubs. They did well but I have over 200 hubs that are aimed at everything that's evergreen - from inducing labour to dog toys.
For the most part I try and ignore the holidays when it comes to my writing. In the end, it's only going to benefit me for a month or six weeks, while evergreen hubs will benefit me with increasingly higher traffic at any time of year.
Welcome back Wrylit. So do you use your Christmas hubs to build on your traffic to other hubs
I might rework my 2 christmas hubs into a more general gift hubs.
But why am I still hearing christmas songs on the radio? The music is just annoying.
I have a few seasonal hubs, prefer to get a year round income though.
Ideas are where you find them...Write a hub about Christmas being over...Now what? HHHmmm...sounds like a great title for a future hub...?
Write about Christmas in July. I thought that was a hot topic a while back.
Christmas is evergreen! There'll be another next year too!
What is not evergreen is putting the year in the hub url.
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