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If you are willing to put in the time and effort of writing a whole bunch of Hubs, you can earn that much (or more) right here at HubPages.
Just so you know, it took me a little over a year to get my monthly averages up to that level.
Ok, I will not tell you usual story. Just the straight way for this.
Open a blog about a new mobile phone or technology topic. Write high quality unique reviews. Optimize for both on-site and off-site SEO. Get quality dofollow quality backlinks for moderately searched keywords with low competition. Start a aweber email list at the same time and watch the money rolling after some months with both search engine organic traffic and sales letters. But, after serious competition comes you will begin earning less unless you don't keep providing quality content. Unfortunately, Internet is a dynamic living monster and nothing can stay eternally popular
If you are interested to make money, build a website which people can post their articles for free such pr.log or ezine.com.
People build content for you and your can easily integrate your adsense money.
Or elso, create a business directory which people can post for free.
God willing that is what I am planning to do in next year.
Well, this is a difficult question to answer. Its easy in the sense that the answer is very clear however how to get to the answer is where it becomes complicated. I suggest you research the web. Read some blogs. There are entire books written on this very question. Also feel free to check out my hubs. I have some detailed instruction.
I would suggest that you find a good non over saturated niche. Every niche can make money.... I have found some great niches that I have used Adsense to make money with but my newest venture is different. I now rank pages for a niche topic and contact those people I think would be interested in leasing the page or placing their ad on the page. I have a few sites that are making over $2,000 a month with this method.
Yes. But, to start on it ....sometimes this is not easy thing. I believe when we sucess in this (hubpages) will earn extra money. So I will share with many poeples in order get biggggg money
That depends for sure. If you are a good writer and if you excel in any topic under the sun[or above beyond.. ], but given that the topic is of considerable demand, u can earn online.
I would advice on making a site, or a blog if u cant afford a site. It is a real treasure to educate ourselves on HTML, the basic web designing language. I did it myself and it pays me much.
Oh, and about the topic to select. It can be anything from the comb you use to automotives, dressing, online help, health related.... etc... etc. Only thing is that u make sure it is of a good demand and you know enough on that topic to draw considerable traffic.
Hope it helps...
Some people think its magic, create a great website or blog and people will come. Ultimately it takes hard work and a drive to succeed. You can't get discouraged if you fail, you may fail several times, but if you are persistent it will eventually pay off. I won't share all my secrets but I will tell you this, the most important aspect of making money with affiliate programs is traffic. You have to generate traffic to your site, and not just any traffic but traffic that is genuinely interested in your niche. Once you discover how to do this you are truly on your way. One last bit of encouragement, it took me nearly two years to figure it all out and begin generating a nice income stream.
Relache is correct. You can continue to write Hubs and over time you will see your earnings increase. I write Hubs, create websites and blogs. It does add up. So far today I earned $4.36
I think the simplest way is just to start a blog and sell text links on it. Any PR3 site should be able to make $100 a month easily. You've got about 3 months till the next PR update so if you start now it's entirely doable.
Make that a goal on Hubpages to see if it is possible for you to earn that amount and then move up to the website.
I have been building websites for over a year, total novice when i started, have over 30 sites now and still building and I have not made £100 in any one month yet, i only do this part time though,
There are many hidden costs, ie domain name, hosting, software, design, writting and time.
So my advice build each website about something that your really interested in find something that works for you, I have a set way of building my sites, that works for me. Everyone one needs to do what they are good at and out -source the rest.
Also build it up slowly, if you build good websites with good content, the search engines will rank you, then maybe add some ads and products which can be a very good source of income. Hope I have been a help.
I would say that is very easy to make $100.00 a month from a website or a blog. I own several websites that make that much and some that make thousands a month. The key to doing this is to have your own niche and to promote it to the world. I have a site called blogpromotiontips.com that I just started like 2 weeks ago to help bloggers who are struggling to get there blog moving. folow the site and I promise if you use my tips and put them to work for you, that you will grow your site. It is not hard work it just takes a couple hours a day
Make some great content at your website. Promote through social bookmark and social media. and do not forget keyword optimization
You can build a site for free (weebly works fine for me) and if you rely on Google for passive income, it will take for ever to earn. On hubs, you can sign up for Amazon and it pays more and quicker. I make more from Amazon. Just pick a niche or subject, and write regularly and after a while it will kick in. Put plenty of links and a blog will backlink to it. If you get up and running get your own domain eventually and it is your website and you get paid much more. There's no limit to how much you will earn, the more you put into it, the more you will get out of it. It takes months to get revenue from a website, but its worth it.
interresting... spending 1 year for only 100 $ a month,
people who want to earn it directly should use a other method.
But there are lots of people who do this for one day and then expect they will get tonns of money.
The more effort you put in it, the more you'll see your earnings rise.
It depends if you want to do it the easy way or the hard way! As people on here have said, you can earn that much right here with a lot of hard word. If you want an alternative then this is a really good method.
http://www.cbreviewed.com/xtreme-profit … eview.html
Its called Xtreme Profit Robot and involves making quick web pages that are targeted to buyers. The best part about this is that the traffic needed to make sales is generated within a couple of days so you can see results almost instantly.
Here is my hub review:
by David 6 years ago
I just wrote a hub on making money with HubPages but wanted to make sure it's ok before publishing. I know you are not supposed to mention what you are earning on HP, but is it ok to use titles like 'How To Earn $1000 per month on Hubpages', or 'How To Make $1 Million On Hubpages'? I don't...
by Dani Alicia 6 years ago
Does anyone have a good idea of how many hubs I would need in order to make at least $50 a month through the Hubpages Ad program? 100? 200? Anyone achieved this monetary amount per month yet?
by Kate Daily 7 months ago
Just curious, but does anyone have experience with this? How'd you do it? Did you tell Google the article moved somehow or do anything else fancy? Or did you just copy, paste, delete from HubPages, and wait for Google to catch up?Im guessing there might be some duplicate content penalties from...
by Susan W 7 years ago
How much money per month on average do you get on HubPages? How much traffic do you get per day?It would be interesting to see how much money Hubbers get per month. How many hubs have you published and how much traffic do you get per day?
by Steve Andrews 8 years ago
When it was first introduced I was annoyed by it but made an effort to tweak my hubs to get them out of Idle status. Now, a whole load have got zzs against them again and many of them are hubs that at one point were very successful and even now still have scores above 70 or higher.One of the hubs...
by Ray 4 years ago
Curious: Do you have multiple accounts, because your profile shows 68 hubs. I took a lot of mine and moved them. I let what I have left sit til it goes idle then I take remove it. I have over 80 articles, new ones, that are not published here, but elsewhere. Earnings are less than 2 bucks a month....
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