1. Push the "Start a Hub" button
2. Type a bunch of stuff
3. Click "publish"
Congratulations. You're an online article writer.
There are websites like Constant Content, Demand Media and Writer Access that pay you to write articles for various publications.
by Pamela N Red 6 years ago
Do comments add to the word count of an online article or blog?I've seen some articles that aren't very long but have many comments that add up to a high word count. I just wondered if the search engines count this as word count for the page.
by Lily Rose 7 years ago
I received an email (via HubPages) this morning from someone wanting to pay me $200 to publish one of my hubs in a magazine. I haven't heard of the magazine and doing a quick Google search did not produce any results. The author of the email says she manages the magazine and it's published by...
by Christy Kirwan 4 years ago
Thought these were some great tips on writing a successful online article from the Buffer Blog. Hoping Hubbers will find them useful as well. The Anatomy of a Perfect Blog Post: The Data on Headlines, Length, Images and More
by registryreviews 8 years ago
I was searching about registry cleaners and got an online article...http://top4registrycleanerreviews.com/g … ation.htmlAccording to this registry easy is good? is this correct?
by Nell Rose 7 years ago
I just recieved an email from a lady who writes for a magazine called Prima. She wants to know if she can use my hub about Princess Diana in the mag, she also wants to send a photographer round! argghhh! panic! do I ask her for money for the article? or just hope it brings in readers for my hubs!...
by Holle Abee 7 years ago
A few weeks ago, I was interviewed by the senior editor of Kiplinger's about my experiences on Hubpages. I just got an email from the editor, who confirmed that the story will be in the March 2012 edition of Kiplinger's. I'm psyched!
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