I'm almost to my first Google payout, and Kontera, Ebay and Amazon are even ramping up- this is exciting. It seemed like forever for those cents to turn into dollars but it's happening with all the affiliates....
Time and perseverance!!
Don't give up!!
It is pretty exciting, I just got word that my first (google) check is in the mail 135.00 and I'm 20.00 into my next one
When I got my first check for blog writing (355.00) I felt like it was really starting to happen, the second check was 2173.00 and I was in seventh heaven.. even took pictures with the 21 hundred dollar bills! (made a blog out of it)...
The google check I just realized today (finally) and I'm stoked about it, as its my first hubpages only check, crystalizing the earning potential.. now to supe up the pot... can't wait to get and show off my 2,000.00 check! The beauty of that one was I earned it without even trying, I wrote hubs for fun, I never though it would earn any money really... although I know different now that I've learned all the promotion and on/off page seo technologies
It just keeps getting more exicity Dorsi: I have a plan for my first $1000/month and my first $1000/week - going to involve champagn and fine food!
Very true Lissie, I love the Aussie dollar crashing against the US dollar. My return has increased by forty percent and thats going to be a BIG 40%.
Wow How did you do that? How does the point system work? Do you get points by viewers, hubs, clicks? I'm still a newbie and trying new things to see what is working for me. I have stuff on ebay, have a paypal account, opened up a couple writing accounts with other sites, opened up an account with zero2riches, zeropricetags, and have written three articles (One on another site). I have only made $10 so far in the last week but I think if I keep working at this it will pay off in the end.
I thought maybe variaty is best and something would pay off.
Gee thta is Great, it gives us all hope as we slowly climb to that, first and as it apears to be, a lofty goal.
by sagolia 2 years ago
I've been on HP since October 2015. I've written a fair number of articles. I understand I haven't been as active lately, but I am getting what might as well be no traffic. The only time I seem to get any traffic to speak of is when I am actively promoting my hubs, and even then it only lasts for a...
by Paul Goodman 7 years ago
Is it better to earn incrementaly, 40 cents a day, or turn off the HP ads and enter the Adsense lottery, where you might get a zero or a $5 click?One is more sensible and the other more exciting, methinks! ;-)
by johnb0127 9 years ago
I have heard a lot about the website twitter and wanted to make an account to help generate traffic to my hubs. Does twitter help with traffic?Thanks, --John
by Kiz 10 years ago
Hey folks!How about a little cheering squad thread, eh? I have been feeling a little down the last couple of days because, well, I'm working hard on these hublove topics but they're not really easy.. The leaderboard is full of amazing hubbers, but oh my gosh!! Stacie, Whitney, you ladies have blown...
by RKHenry 8 years ago
It was one of my favorite hubs, and was looking to include it in a backlink. Why was it pulled?It is of my opinion, that maybe Hubpages.com needs to rewrite their bylaws. Because something is definitely wrong when a hub is allowed to be online and published for several months, then all...
by GeneriqueMedia 9 years ago
Hey all,Just wanted to point out that when I was looking at some of my page stats I saw one that made me wonder what it was. The reference came from Google.com.eg. I took a look at it, and it seems to be written (I'm merely taking an educated guess here, however) in what I believe to be written in...
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