You cam make money using several methods on hubpages (i.e. adsense, amazon affiliates, ebay affiliates, hubpages own programme). Which method do you think is the most lucrative?. Please share your success stories here. I would love to hear from you.
I wonder too, will be following to see to a tread related to mine
In addition to the above, you can earn by Referral of others hubs also. Many hubbers have earned by sharing in their blogs with referral I'd.
First of all you need to keep publishing hubs. Writing 58 hubs in 2 years will never make you that much money. Persistance pays! My first year earnings were dismal as I was learning and when I took a 30 day challenge to publish 30 hubs in 30 days (almost killed me! Ha!) I noticed that my earnings started climbing.
Secondly, sign up for all of the programs offered. Some may bring in more than others, but why not earn something from all of them? Amazon brings in a little on a year round basis but picks up around the end of the year holidays (from personal records). HubPages pays out at $50 and Adsense, $100. You can earn from both! Good luck!
I have a few healthy green product to sell , is there a way to bring awareness of them on this forum?
I have found the most lucrative results come from when all the various earning methods work together. Multiple ad programs and a gentle mix of retail works best.
Since the Panda update, the least-effective earning method for me has been referrals.
by Keith Ham 5 years ago
I've never generated a cent from these two programs and they've also never really worked properly. Constantly my adsense claims its active then I'm not approved, then it just mucks up everything. I'm not making any money on hubs as it is but this isn't helping anything.
by Baraccuza 15 months ago
Many people writing different things. But I and I'm sure that many other people would like to know the potential of hubpages. Thanks for answers.
by Jcamdir 4 years ago
Let me be honest with you, I joined Hubpages in the hope that I will be able to earn some extra income to supplement my college expenses. I know there is no such thing as easy money and I shouldn't expect to live off my earnings on hubpages. But, If I get a good number of my hubs featured, how much...
by caninecrtitics 7 years ago
I have amazon sales always buy now and now the only sales i'm seeing are from my website nothing from hubpages links. Anyone else seeing this. Or have any suggestions on what to do. I've check each channel and nothing.Please Help
by RKM503619 6 years ago
Does anyone actually make money with the Amazon Affiliates program? If so, what's the key?I've been hubbing since last April, and haven't had a single person purchase anything via my Amazon listings. Other hubbers claim to make money through their Amazon Affiliate listings. Is it just a matter of...
by claudiafox 6 years ago
How many Amazon Affiliates links are too many? Where do I find written rules on this?I am a newbie with Amazon Affiliates. I find a harmless item about eucalyptus blossoms and Australian fairy stories with two Amazon links got a red skull rating as 'over commercial"; and the note tells...
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