Hello Please everyone post your opinion here....
Do you think Hubpages is a good place for dotzbegins1 to be banned within a couple weeks of joining?
It's so often once they start showing up in the forums that does a lot of these people (or alter egos in some cases) in.
another couple of months I will have made enough to be able to buy a case of beer.
What do you define as big bucks? Or more importantly, the type of income adsense is...
There are some hubbers who make hundreds of dollars a month, and a few who make $1000-1500 dollars. Not sure if any are making over 2000 dollars, but if they are, I doubt they flaunt it on the forums.
I mean, making 600 dollars a month, in general, is only part time income approximately right? However, this is auto-pilot income (passive income).
In my opinion, earning passively is better than earning actively like you would at a fast food place, or getting paid upfront for writing or whatever.
While no one on here is rich, I consider the people who make 1200 dollars a month to be making "big bucks" because they earn that money while they sleep, eat, and do whatever. That does not mean they do not maintain their articles and write new ones. But for the most part, the articles they write are for the future NOT instant gratification.
Just my 2 cents. I have my goals on here as do others..Some are here to make money, while others just like site for forums or writing what they want.
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by Jcamdir 4 years ago
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