OK guys, well, a lot of you know me from my 13 months at Hubpages and know that I am often away doing other online projects but I am dedicated to being a 'big dawg' here!
I always want to express my creative side but also want to make a good wage from writing online, so I spend a LOT of time bookmarking and backlinking. I believe that the more you write, the better your earnings, but Backlinking, SEO and original content has also helped me earn the amount Im getting now
Next milestone I want to reach is 200 hubs..and I will get there but won't rush! I have a day job as well.
Keep it up 'Big Dawg'!
I am in a position not to dissimilar to your own in the sense of getting hubs out when I can get the time and also work the 9-5 as well, with an ideal of getting a full time online income happening.
Congratulations. I only have my first 10 done but I've just started. Thanks for the encouragement.
Thanks Kangaroo Jase, I am over at Swom.com as well, it really seems like a useful website.
I plan to take a year out from my day job in April so you will see a lot more of me, I saved up a lot at the moment.
That's great, Richie! The more the better, earnings that is! BTW, is the bird new in your avatar? I've never noticed it before...
Wow congrats man, great job there.
You'll have a thousend hubs before you know.
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