I decided to check my total earnings for 2010 and found out in joy that I have made over 3.000$ ))) , please share your 2010 earnings.
I have made a blog post about my earnings report so you can check for more if you are interested :
http://www.bloggerdollar.com/2011/02/04 … port-2010/
It so happens I have done the same thing and think hubpages is the easiest way to make money online .
I may have you slightly beat though.
My earnings for 2010 weren't all that good. This year, I hope to bring back my income stream and start over.
I just started in late Dec 2010 but was glad to start earning some commissions in Jan 2011!
My earning from my other Hubpages account.
Adsense - around $85 ( I got adsense account in Sept-10)
Amazon - $265.
I know its vey low, hoping for more in 2011.
I am oh so very jealous. I think I'm around $25.
$480 from Adsense and $255 off Amazon. And it's certainly snowballing.
You've done well, BloggerDollar! I have far more Hubs than you and they made just over $3,500 in 2010.
Not much from HP yet, but over all:
Affiliate sales: $1,041.49
My book sales: $1,150.25
Total $12,385.96 - a pretty lousy year, actually.
You make me feel much better, Pcunix! My total earnings for the year are around $7,000, which is one reason I only do this as a hobby these days - I thought I wasn't doing that well. However I know you've been at this a lot longer than I have, so maybe I'm not doing as badly as I think!
It's not much compared to the rest of you, but I reached my first payout thanx to Xmas 2010, got the money the other day. £93 ... equivalent to about $150. That's just from Google ... still a way away from my Amazon payout.
I recieved a total of £755 from Adsense which is $1212
and I have earned around $70 on Amazon so far, a lot more to come hopefully now I can dedicate my time to Online work!
In a nutshell I have hubbed about how I tripled my earnings in 2010 So naturally I am very happy with the positive results of my change in effort
Hubpages related: $317.35
Squidoo related: $6,363.44
That's pretty good on Squidoo. You're the highest earner there I've met recently.
This mean squidoo more efficient than hubapges?
I made just over $2200 last year. An extra zero on the end would be better
£3.75 and I am amazed cos I am not trying to make money yet.
I am tracking mine by the financial year not by the calender year, but
Will be Well into five figures, defo over $20k maybe closer to 30 , I want to double that
For 2011/2012, the main objective is further diversification
Over 1,500 total from Amazon and Adsense but up over 90% from last year so I must be doing something right!
Wow, Ill have to put in the effort and maybe find a mentor or spend time looking at what really works.
Roughly $3200 across Amazon and Adsense, and you could most probably add a couple of hundred from eBay to that figure as well. Most of which came in the last six months. Considering I only really got serious in the last year about earning more money online, I'm happy with that result. I'm hoping this year will be better now that I have a sense of what I'm doing now.
wow that is 200% growth man...congrats...
It's OK.. i am making a handsome living off of my "Proud to be Indo Canadian" line of clothing
(By 'handsome' i mean $2 a year)
it is inspiring to hear more and more hubbers testifying about making good money writing here. mine goes like this:
Amazon = $0
Ebay = $0
Etc = $0
Adsense = €210 (from one hub alone)
E-book sales = $1230 (tribute to one hub on hubpages alone)
most interesting part, got an American sponsor through my hub, who volunteerd to publish my book in the states...and the book is almost through, to be finalized in march...just waiting to share the testimony soon. thank you hubpages, my charity foundation (IFF) will soon be smiling and coast enlarged.
i forgot to mention it; i spent almost a year plus here, not knowing what i actually wanted: to earn money or to just share my opinion and attack opponents..lol, those who knew me then, will understand...Mark you owe me a personal step by step tutorial to earn $30,000 by the end of 2011 or so...lol
I just started on Hubpages, but I have made $30 in Adsense in 2010 from other sites.
Honestly, I have no idea how to make money on Hubpages. It seems rather difficult.
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