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By participating in HubPages contests and challenges, I have increased Hub views,made new friends, stimulated an ongoing interest in writing, and increased earnings.

Each of the two times I participated in the 60 Day Challenges for writing 1 month and and promoting with the group 1 month, my earnings increased 30% – each time!.

Participation in other group projects and using promotion techniques learned here, along with affiliates and ads, I was able to maintain steady earnings. This was despite some decreases in page views in the midst of the Google “content-farm” crackdown.

In fact, earnings increased in January and February 2011, to a rate of over 50% in February, and increasing in March.

You can accomplish the same goals —

I Can Make a Living with HubPages — How to Drive Traffic to Your Site With HubPages Participation.

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