The basics: you write articles, Google places advertisements around your articles, people find your articles through search engines and they click on your ads (hopefully). Whenever that happens, you make money. The more you write, the better your content is found and the more clicks you get, the more money you make.
See the help section at the top-right and the link to the learning center at the bottom of this page for a lot more information.
Making money online is a very hard thing to do. You have to spend a lot of time writing, promoting, and researching. First writing. If you want to start making a decent income per month, you should try to write at least one hub per day. Promoting is next. Although this is not always necessary, you should try to post links to your articles and profile on blogs and forums. You should also try to write articles with links to your other articles in it. And finally, research. Research for common keywords searched for in Google. Use this site for reference: http://thekeywordacademy.com/massive-traffic-101
Good luck with everything!
by SteppingForward 7 years ago
I am a stay at home mom whom is looking for a ways to earn legitimate money from home...Does anyone know of any?
by sampurna shrestha 6 years ago
Hey hubbers out there.. I am new to hubpages and i am not sure if I can really make money here. Like i have seen some success stories in hubpages but that seems to be long time ago. I am a student and i have little extra time. I would like to utilize my time writing hubs here only if I can really...
by Margaret Minnicks 2 years ago
What are your best tips for making money on HubPages?
by seb.nadackel 8 years ago
i wanted to use hubpages to write articles and make some money.How do i do that?where do i write the articles?.................how do i get the money?..........who approves of these articles?..............will i get a reply in my gmail account?...........just started hubbing to-day.
by writer83 4 years ago
Does anyone know any more sites that pay per article, and not page view, that are not scams?
by David Livermore 4 years ago
So last week I received an e-mail from a college student asking if I would be interested in showcasing a paper that he wrote. In responses to him I advised him I would use his article but include my own information. I would include him as a credit as a collaboration piece. However...
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