How do you tie your Hubpages to Redgage and does Redgage make any serious money for you?
Hey JD,. . . .I've only been back linking there; but If you actually blog there, I've seen some blogs that make beer money; but those were't older blogs either.
I'm very close to my first Google check on HP, but I wonder if I'd already have gotten paid a few times on Redgage. I think it's well worth the effort. I'm going to start doing more there. You get a $200 pre paid visa, I think; as the payout.
As far as putting your hubs on Redgage, you need to hit "upload," and then from the upload screen hit "link" then you can link your hubs there.
In a nutshell, it's a bit quirky for me, and I have no idea how they determine payouts. It's a secret.
Do you know how to tie your hubs to other sites? If so, then you answered your own question.
As for the earnings from RedGage, it varies, depending on the amount work you do to promote the links or blogs you create on RedGage.
There was a couple of RedGage threads opened to discuss the value of it. If you search through the forum threads, by typing in RedGage+Earnings to the search bar, you'll more than likely come up with the right threads.
Hope that helped.
The second week I was on Red Gage I won their weekly contest for $25. A winner is randomly chosen by the computer.
Since then, I've linked all of my pages there. Some subjects have gotten good traffic and others just a few extra visits. It is a high rank site from Google, so it should help your hubs get a better ranking.
I've just posted photos and the links to my hubs and website there. I haven't earned very much, but haven't put any real effort into anything either.
Sign-up there and you'll find it's easy to use.
You should not assume things, it's never a good idea.
As for your statement about signing up for RedGage? I am a member and have won a contest as well.
My comment which you posted a reply to, either was for me or was your mistake, however, it makes no difference.
I was only trying to help JD find an easier answer to the questions posed.
I've been linking all my hubs to Redgage for sometime. I won 2 contests and that was nice but it is glitchy. I think, though, that it helps get your hub placed in google faster.
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