Am new here.when I write article will I earn cash if yes how much?
That completely depends on how much viewership you get.
Rough gauge. A cent or two a day, if you have 10++ view daily.
You wouldn't be able to without the $$$ till you hit a certain amt.
If you're an amazingly talented writer who also happens to have ninja-level SEO skills so you get millions of page views, then yes, you can earn money here but for most writers it's an extremely slow process.
Most of the writers here earn occasional beer & pizza money every few months.
Not tryin' to pee in your Cheerios, just tellin' it like it is.
If you are serious about writing, and earning money isn't your main goal, then writing on HubPages is a great way to get feedback on your writing. Also, reading other's writing will give you ideas for writing on topics that you know something about. As a rule of thumb, the Hubs I have written that are informational have attracted more views than my fiction. Good Luck!
The others have pretty much given you the info available on "earnings" here at HP. If you are including HP along with several others sites you may write for, it's a good addition. You'll make a few bucks a month (pay-out is at $50.00) but do not count on supporting yourself on your HP earnings,
The days that writers could feasibly do that are long gone.
It's a great place to write, Hellen, for various other reasons besides money. You will find the community of incredibly talented writers, some of the nicest, friendliest & most supportive people ever. So many of us have made wonderful friendships here with people from every corner of the world. It's a great place to let your muse run free & productive. I cannot put a price on the wealth of knowledge I've gained through reading the works of my fellow-writers. Peace, Paula
Pennies per thousand views, unless you get a lot of people clicking on very profitable ads - and that is rare.
The other ways to earn money on Hubpages are referral links like Amazon affiliate services or referencing items you have for sale on ebay.
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