Not a bad idea, but I call hypocrisy on the whole "you can't buy gear with real cash" policy with Blizzard. There are arguments that have been brought up and for the most part I agree. But in the end, it all boils down to the popularity of the game - what happens when numbers dwindle? The income becomes less and the whole market becomes saturated. So it's a mixed bag - it's for those who want some extra cash on the side, but at the cost of making no more money in the game period.
by IndiePharm6 years ago
How do you feel about making money over the internet?
by John Roberts5 years ago
Blizzard Entertainment knew Diablo III would be a hit, and they could also see it as "an unworthy attempt of a sequel" (dubbed by some players). The franchise has been a must-have for any RPG gamer who's...
by princess g7 years ago
I realize it takes a while to start making money here. But it's hard to keep going when I only get a few cants for Adsense clicks. How long does it take to start making anything?
by Stephanie Das6 years ago
Hubs about making money on this site are among the most popular. What does that say about Hubpages?
by The Donkey2 years ago
I'm new to HubPages, so give me a break if this is a terrible question. I nearly have 40 followers, and I have posted 15 hubs in 5-6 weeks. When do you start making the big bucks?
by Bill Dowis2 years ago
Are blogs about making money online the only people that are making money online?I want to see some blogs about real everyday things that make some money. It can be through adsense, or selling products, or referring to...
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