Is signing up for ALL the money earning programs hubpages has to offer the most effective way to earn?
Nope! First you must be able to draw traffic to your hubs. No traffic, no sales or ad clicks. Simple as pie!
Rachel, Your chances are definitely better having all options at hand.. and using what would be best options for each hub comes I guess through some amount of experimentation and experience.
I would go ahead and sign up to all of them, it doesn't mean you have to use them all. Just try each thing out, trial and error, and see what works for you. Currently I'm just using AdSense and Amazon, although I've been accepted to all programs.
To supplement what Randy said - you've got to be able to create a good hubpages article, or you won't get much traffic from Google - and Google traffic is where the money really comes from.
But don't be scared, and do sign up for adsense, amazon, and the HP ad program - I knew ZILCH about this stuff when I started doing it. It's still my number one hobby - and I'm still learning how to do it more effectively.
You've got to have fun writing on Hubpages or anywhere else - if you just do it for money - then you're wasting your time.
by jasoncox83 8 years ago
Ok this is not for promotional, only as an example of a recently published hub.http://hubpages.com/hub/Is-Space-Travel-Worth-The-CostThat or feel free to visit my hubs pick a random one..Although a few I understand why they are not earning anything but ones like this above (Only as an example) or...
by Elisabeth Meier 16 months ago
Hi fellow writers,Yesterday I recognized that the homepage of HubPages has a new design and in the mid of this I discovered a fellow writer with the most earnings here at HubPages. He's a member since 7 years, has published 55 articles which have been read over 1,000,000 times and he makes over $...
by Tilecleaninghub 7 years ago
Has anyone actually got any people to sign up for hubpages throught their url tracker and made them money. Be good to sit back and have some other people out there working for you.
by Andrew Day 2 years ago
Hi,I've signed up and am ready to start making hubs in my specialised subject, but I was wondering what the earning potential of hubbig (if that's a word) actually is. I realise it all depends on how attractive your pages are and how good they are etc, but what are people actually earning? I am not...
by free4india 6 years ago
Can people really earn money from hubpages ? If so, actually how many days does it take to earn?How many days does it take to start earning ?How much time does one need to spend on hubpages?It is better to start ones own website where we get 100% of the revenue or hubpages where we get only...
by Sue B. 7 months ago
Who are the top hubpage earners and what is their secret?I read a few hubs that described the top hubpage earners but I think it was from last year or so. Who are the top earners now and what are the main reasons for their success?
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