Do you get discouraged when you do not see profit from hubpages? Or are you like me
write because it is your passion and makes you feel good?
I used to care about profit on hubpages, now I don't. I just enjoy answering people's questions.
Hub pages sparked my passion and conviction to write. Profit isn't a factor.
It does not bother me when the profit, traffic, etc., stay the same. They will be reversing themselves. They all go up and down.
@lisavanvorst 4, It is learning while earning too. Earning is not that important. But learning through the experience of senior hubbers and getting acclaimed and recognition is the real return. Money is not everything. I have passion for writing more than 20 blogs, dozen self hosted domains and main website with invitation to audiences to claim their domain names. One of the samples out of my Blogger Blog for Kids:
http://shortinspirationstories.blogspot … s-way.html
I've never made a dime on HubPages. Google Adsense cancelled me and took all I had earned (which wasn't much anyway) because someone in a foreign country was supposedly and indiscriminately clicking on the ads.
I don't know of anyone who makes a great deal of money here...except maybe HubPages itself.
I will write even i don't get any payments. I wanna become a versatile writer, Hubpages helped me to achieve that versatility.
by Sajib 7 years ago
I want to know the way of earning money from this site. May be it will help to the others who are wanted to earn money from this site.
by Cailin Gallagher 3 years ago
Just gaging anyone else's earnings here. I just checked google adsense and I have earned 64 dollars in 18 months. I've only written 19 Hubs and most of them don't get any traffic. Any thoughts?
by Angel Scent 8 years ago
I started writing Hubs yesterday. I've been greeted with the warmest encouragement and praise from fellow members and I already have 12 followers, but I haven't earned one cent yet. I have Amazon and Google Ad's set up. I will apply to Ebay and Kontera down the road. Veteran Hubbers, please advise...
by Mike Pugh 6 years ago
When you first joined hubpages. Did you ever get discouraged, because?When you first joined hubpages, we're you at all shocked or surprised to see fellow hubbers with impressive numbers like 1000+ hubs written? Did seeing such numbers at first, discourage you any, motivate you, or pose itself to...
by Tricia1000 5 years ago
Do you ever get tired of writing?To write for HubPages, for example, requires new hubs constantly. Many of us also write for other online writing sites and only earn pennies per day. It is quite possible to get exhausted or even discouraged at times.
by Rochelle Frank 17 months ago
When thinking of an article subject, do you ever (First) search HubPages to see if it has been done?Or do you just plunge in with your personal brilliant idea? If there re already hubs on the same subject, does it change your mind about writing it? If you do peek at others, does it change your...
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