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Google Adsense Success Stories

  1. EfusjonSeattle profile image61
    EfusjonSeattleposted 7 years ago

    Everyone share you Google Adsense stories - how much you make and your strategies!

  2. Julie-Ann Amos profile image51
    Julie-Ann Amosposted 7 years ago

    Guys please share this with caution if you do - it's against AdSense terms to publish your stats...

    1. beautyrose profile image61
      beautyroseposted 7 years ago in reply to this

      But some have revealed their earnings. Just scroll previous post.

      1. Ultimate Hubber profile image81
        Ultimate Hubberposted 7 years ago in reply to this

        Its stats that is disallowed, not earnings.

    2. Mubin123 profile image78
      Mubin123posted 7 years ago in reply to this

      Just a quick one.  You are allowed to show your earnings, just not your CTR, and CPM.  Everything else is fair play.

      1. getpaidtopost profile image62
        getpaidtopostposted 7 years ago in reply to this

        you can not show your earnings as displayed by google adsense, however you can show you check amount.

  3. EfusjonSeattle profile image61
    EfusjonSeattleposted 7 years ago

    Ohh good point, you dont need to reveal how much you make. Just what your strategies are and if Google Adsense is really worth it!

  4. Inspirepub profile image87
    Inspirepubposted 7 years ago

    We make $300-$400 a month from Adsense, and I haven't done a lick of work on any of those sites in months.

    Passive income - gotta love it.


    P.S. And Adsense isn't our only source of income online - all together, it adds up to over $1000 each month, sometimes over $2000. For a few hours of work a month at most. So the answer is, yes it's worth learning the ropes ...

    1. Ultimate Hubber profile image81
      Ultimate Hubberposted 7 years ago in reply to this

      I saw your profile and I believe the income you mentioned is from your blogs/sites mentioned on your profile. Or you have any other sites too other than these?

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      badcompany99posted 7 years ago in reply to this

      Got my respect, well done !

    3. emievil profile image83
      emievilposted 7 years ago in reply to this

      Wow! I can retire permanently here with those amounts. Any secrets?

    4. easyspeak profile image79
      easyspeakposted 7 years ago in reply to this

      how come you don't work a few hours a week and make 4x's what you're making now?  I'm going to read your blogs.  What's your rough percentage of earnings from hubs verses your other blogs?

    5. shai77 profile image81
      shai77posted 7 years ago in reply to this

      I have few hubs but haven't seen one cent yet.
      And believe me writing in English is not easy for me.
      Hope to learn from you :-)

  5. Eaglekiwi profile image73
    Eaglekiwiposted 7 years ago

    Are we paid by so many clicks or ??

    Seriously I see Ive got plenty of red arrows n 2 clicks, an no cents

    lol...not likin this story so far lol

    1. Silver Rose profile image78
      Silver Roseposted 7 years ago in reply to this

      The red arrows on your Hub account are traffic (nothing to do with clicks). As for clicks with no cents - it's either because the person clicked on an ad that was such a low amount your share was less than a cent, or because the person who clicked is a habitual clicker who doesn't buy, and Google filters those clickers to protect their advertisers.

      I had a look at your hubs, and you write poetry. No one makes money from poetry (this has been the case for centuries). Even Shakespeare made no money from his sonnets - all his earnings came from his plays (he owned a share of the production company and got a percentage of the takings - good businessman was Shakespeare).

      Specifically looking at poetry and Adsense, it's very hard for Adsense to serve up ads based on poetry because so much metaphor and other devices are used. I'm sure if you put up Wordsworth's "I wandered lonely as a cloud" next to Adsense, it would conclude that the poem was about weather and gardening and serve up those ads. But who on earth reading that poem would click a gardening ad? You see the problem?

      You need to accept that you won't make any money from poetry. The best thing to do is simply write it for pleasure, and write commmercial writing (product reviews etc) for profit. Keep the two writings separate and there won't be any frustrations and you'll be liberated to write whatever poetry you want without worrying about money.

      The only people who get frustrated online are those trying to monetize things that can't (and perhaps shouldn't) be monetized. Politics is another example - I have a politics blog and don't make a cent from it, I simply do it for civic participation. And I'm perfectly happy about that as I make some money from commercial writing. There are some things that have to be done for free, not everything can be monetized.

  6. viryabo profile image86
    viryaboposted 7 years ago

    Mine's too low, so not worth mentioning. But the good news? My earnings increased by 300% when i started the 30-30, and im just over halfway through. Mmmmmmm, nice.

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    Louidam1posted 7 years ago

    My biggest month with Google was last month which was a little over $300 dollars because my traffic picked up on my blog.  So far I am averaging $100-$200 a month with Google.

  8. Greek One profile image79
    Greek Oneposted 7 years ago

    in between $.01 and $.02 a month

  9. steffer profile image57
    stefferposted 7 years ago

    last month i made €3.55 in adsense, this month i am now standing on €6.98,it's not much to call about, but if it keeps on increasing, i am a lucky man.

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    ryankettposted 7 years ago

    Im not too far from my first payout on my personal Adsense account..... thats got to be an achievement I guess. This month I am earning at a rate which is equivalent to reaching payout each 6 weeks.... I want to get this to monthly payout as soon as possible.