Does anyone know the highest number of hubs published on one account? I saw someone that had over 1000 hubs!
I also recall a hubber who has 2500 hubs! That is just insane - especially if they wrote on multiple niches!
The success stories say some people make $1000+/monthly, but I believe the people who have over 1000 hubs might make more - assuming they write on searched terms.
I agree with QuestionMaster. I know people with huge numbers of Hubs, who are earning less than me. Quality wins over quantity every time.
I think Patty Inglish has one of the largest numbers, though as she has been here four years that is not surprising.
Whoever writes a 2500 hubs must not have a life or be using software lol..I remember a thread about spammers on here and 1 had 2500 hubs I think.
A lot of Hal's page are rants along the lines of 'Obama is a communist'. But when he wasn't in rant mode, he could really write a good page.
He must of earned a fair bit from 130,000 views in a day lol
I have a lot of respect for Hal for writing that many hubs. His traffic & earnings must be high?
He must of written 1,000,000,000 words lol.
A high number of hubs doesn't necessarily mean high earnings or even traffic.
Hal Lacino has the 1M views badge while Sunseven (an account that is four years old also, and with 407 hubs) has the 10M badge.
I forgot there was a badge for 10 million.
I understand that a lot of hubs does not mean more traffic/earnings, but it increases chances. (assuming the person is trying to make money.)
I agree with Dave here, writing a lot your bound to have quite a few bads ones but there's more chance of getting lucky with one that is a current trend or hasn't been thought of.
There was a guy that had 2500. I forget his name - and I think that he'd decided to just stop there.
Let's see...if you write one hub per day, within 3 years, you can have more than 1000 hubs...and if each of your hubs is earning 1 dollar (minimum) per month, you can make $1,000 every month! Wow....all it takes is writing quality hubs, seo maximisation and driving traffic to your hubs. Nothing comes easy, a lot of hard work is required - but think of the possibilities!
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