I LOVE it!! I am looking forward to greatly increasing what I've started with it using a multitude of websites and methods in order to make it my primary source of income! It's going to take some work to set it all up yet, but I am very glad that I've come this far already!
Embarrassed. I was supposed to get a PhD, become a professor, publish scholarly articles, and teach. My family and old school chums are mostly scientists and/or educators. Among such company, it feels like a failure to be making money on the Internet writing less-than-scholarly articles, commercializing my writing with ads and commissions. Some of my most successful pages are written about-- horrors! video games! It took me four years of publishing online articles as a break from academia before I realized that I was moderately successful at it, enjoyed it, and it was permissible for me to do it for a living, not just as a hobby. I'm still ashamed to show my face to former classmates, until I'm making a respectable income as opposed to below minimum wage.
Its a tuff, but when you run into the right opportunity its absolutely amazing!! I wrote about it, come check me out!!
I make my living writing on the Internet and it not only pays the rent and bills, but allows me to organize my time however I wish, to not follow a dress code and to travel when and where I like.
What's not to like about it?
Making money online is not a get-rich-quick-scheme. It only pays for you additional income. For me my college fee and other minor expenses done completely with online income. You will need to focus what you are doing and have patient to do what are you doing.
The Internet is educating the world and I think it is a privilege to have a share in it.
I like to feel I am helping keep the Internet a safe place where people can get good info without being ripped off.
Making money from this makes me feel good.
Making money over the internet is a good idea for the internet user.
by Bill Dowis 4 years ago
Are blogs about making money online the only people that are making money online?I want to see some blogs about real everyday things that make some money. It can be through adsense, or selling products, or referring to amazon.... but it seems like the only blogs that are boasting profits are ones...
by Stephanie Das 7 years ago
Hubs about making money on this site are among the most popular. What does that say about Hubpages?
by joshhunt83 8 years ago
Is writing hubs about making money or for the love of writing?I don't write hubs that will get me hundreds of advertisement clicks, I write because I love writing. Why do you write hubs?
by alanlee9898 8 years ago
What's your tips about making money at home? Any disadvantages or advantages?
by EngagementRing 9 years ago
What sites will give you the most bang for your buck?Of course Hubpages but what about....SquidooLiveJournalXombaReviewStreamI want to know if any of you have used these other sites and what your experiences have been like. I would rather not waste my time writing for an audience of 1, so any...
by inevitablesecrets 7 years ago
Do you find hubs about making money on HubPages legit generally?I see many hubs about making money on here but I question if they are tried and true advice or if they are hubs that the author simply knows will get hits because wouldn't we all love to make more money from our writing.
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