I think of hubpages as a coin jar... somedays 5 cents. somedays 25 cents; maybe one day maybe (gasp) 1 dollar. In time it will add up...
It definitely does! Keep writing and you'll be surprised how fast it grows!
It will come, b4. You're right - it starts as a few coins occasionally in the jar, but it grows. A quarter here and there, then a dollar some days, then a 10 or 20 gets stuffed in. Build your site and they will come.
Not complaining about my earnings... I think coin jar is a good way to think about it...And coins get added with out me doing anything somedays so that is good
by Deb Welch 6 years ago
Con: A coin would be a little heavier to carry around.Pro: It would save a small fortune in not having to replace damaged bills.What are your reasons?
by EpicTreeHouse 10 years ago
I am wondering if the size of a hub page matters and what is the best way to deal with a long hub page.Let's say I want to write on the Gizoo. I can have a section on tips for using a Gizoo, the history of the Gizoo, the economics of the Gizoo, Types of Gizoos, Gizoo in Art, etc, etc. I...
by Tessa Schlesinger 15 months ago
My jaw has just dropped. Please bear in mind I spent two years in London working as a copy editor for two different publishing houses. I do know my grammar.In addition, I waited nearly three weeks for the edit to be completed. That is not normal. I wrote the piece on the 18th September and it was...
by Steve Andrews 7 years ago
I already have two and am wondering if it would be OK to launch another? I can't find anything on this matter.
by Derrick Bennett 6 years ago
What is your hubpage routine?What do you do everyday on hubpages to make it a success?
by Petra Vlah 7 years ago
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