How to Make Money With Hubpages

Making money with Hubpages isn’t hard – it is just a question of getting your basics right and being aware of the advantages and disadvantages that you’ll face.

Essentially, Hubpages is a platform that allows anyone and everyone to create a single page of content geared around a topic of their choice. This is the same model that they’ve used since they launched in 2006, and it has proven attractive to many.

And the reason putting up content on Hubpages is so appealing is that you will be able to earn some revenue off each and every hub.

Getting right down to business, there are really only two things you need to start making money with Hubpages:

  • A steady flow of traffic to your Hubpages, and
  • Methods of making money from visitors to your Hubpages

Simple isn’t it? Unfortunately, it is not really that simple because most people have trouble generating traffic.

Generating traffic can be difficult if you’ve never done it before, and to be successful you need to know how to carry out keyword research and pick the right keywords to base the content of your Hubpages around.

When you target the right keywords, you’ll be able to appear on search engine results and that should give you a good source source of traffic.

The problem is that most people don’t know how to do keyword research properly and even if they were to do it correctly – there is a chance that they may not rank in the top results of the search engines for the keyword they are targeting even if they have created a high quality, keyword focused hub.

With that being said, if you want to make money with hubpages, I would advise you to:

  • Read over their terms and faqs and learn exactly how they work (They do have some strict policies)
  • Learn about doing proper keyword research and building high quality hubs
  • Once you get your hubs up, participate as much as you can in the community because that can get you more exposure to your lens.

Monetizing your hubs is actually the simple part to making money with Hubpages; and you really have a lot of options in that regard. By default, Google AdSense is enabled on these pages – and you’ll earn a share of the revenue off them. Similarly, you can also choose to enable contextual advertisements from Kontera, and even eBay and Amazon advertising capsules.

To claim your advertising revenue from these sources, you’ll need to apply for your own individual affiliate ID directly from these providers. Hubpages will then split the revenue 60:40, meaning that 60% of the time your affiliate ID will be used, and 40% of the time Hubpages’ own ID will be used.

But you could take that a step further and also add affiliate products or Cost Per Action (CPA) offers to the mix to earn yet more commissions.

Bear in mind – with these options you’ll be able to keep 100% of the revenue that you earn!

All said and done – the choice is entirely yours, but you should have no problems making money with Hubpages if you just focus on building high quality hubs and traffic and slowly but surely develop a greater understanding of the process!

Unfortunately, Hubpages does have disadvantages too.

Because the majority of the revenue you’ll be earning come from advertisements, you won’t be able to start making money with Hubpages all that quickly until you build up a steady stream of traffic. Also it isn’t going to make you a lot of money unless you consistently come up with new and high quality hubs – which can be a lot of work.

So comparatively, while Hubpages can be a great way to make money without requiring much extra knowledge – in the long run if you’re looking for something that scales upwards you might want to consider other options.

Still, if you’re looking to just get content up and earn some revenue from it – Hubpages could be ideal!

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3 thoughts on “How to Make Money With Hubpages

    • There could be several reasons they may not approve your hub like duplicate content and being over promotional. You might get a better answer by just contacting them and getting a straight answer from them in regards to why your articles are not getting approved.

  1. You’ve provided a great look at what to expect with Hubpages. I tried working with the site in the past, but it’s not really one of my favorite writing sites to work with. I just don’t like their format. I prefer to work with Squidoo. As you stated with hardwork and dedication good quality backlinks and traffic can be generated from working with such sites.

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