I mean this in general, whether you are running your own site (s) or writing on a rev-share site. The tendency, it seems, is that the higher the CPM the lower the traffic; but, of course, you're earning more per visit. However, the higher the traffic, the lower the CPM; you still can get decent earnings just from the large amount of traffic. Of course, there is the issue of clicks and conversions. Out of all of these, which is better, in terms of making money.
by Melanie3 years ago
This has been a problem for years now, really since the induction of the HubPages ad program and it's pretty much what has made me give on on HubPages (I used to write a lot, now seldom.)I have a hub that occasionally...
by Andria5 years ago
I ask because I am currently experiencing yet another traffic surge. I've gone from 200+ views per day to in excess of 1600. Yet the income remains pretty darn poor.I've brought this up more than once and I have to say...
by Liz Elias2 years ago
It took me YEARS of being here before I began earning a payout about once a quarter. Then, new hope sprang up back around the end of December and into January: I finally hit $1. or $1. and change on a daily...
by Rahul Parashar8 weeks ago
Las month was pretty good in terms of earnings. This month, however, has been pretty slow going. Is anyone else experiencing it?
by Paul Edmondson5 years ago
We have always cared deeply about providing the most rewarding place for people to publish online and we continue to work on improving overall monetization for your Hubs. One of the benefits that the HubPages...
by Dr. John Anderson5 years ago
I would like to convey my congratulations to Paul E and the HP Team for their efforts in overcoming the Panda Squat. I know it is early days, but the recovery has been sensational and has occurred much sooner than...
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