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Adsence Revenue? And How Much Do You Make?

  1. adzulynsky profile image61
    adzulynskyposted 4 years ago

    Here is what I have:

    0% of content revenue
    0% of mobile content revenue

    Am I supposed to have 0%?
    I have another website that has 50% of content revenue.

    What exactly is this? I'm new here and trying to understand how this works!
    I made about 12 cents in the last 2 days. But how much on average do you people make in a month?

    Is adsence really required for this? I believe I linked adsence with hubpages.

    Any help here would be great! Thanks!

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      Casimiroposted 4 years ago in reply to this

      You only have a few hubs so far and they are not attracting much attention (judging by the lack of comments), so I wouldn't expect much revenue at this point. Keep writing, share you hubs in social media, seek out backlinks, and check the SEO of your articles (e.g. Google Adwords, ...).

    2. Novel Treasure profile image86
      Novel Treasureposted 4 years ago in reply to this


      Give it time, I don't believe it happens overnight. Though I have known a few to get their first payout ($100) within the first month or two of joining, but for most newbies it takes longer. Make sure to use correct tags, add backlinks, research SEO Search Engine Optimization and write hubs that are interesting and full of good content.

      The learning center is an excellent place to get tips and tricks from successful hubbers.

    3. ankitharrytom profile image80
      ankitharrytomposted 4 years ago in reply to this

      Unlike the other revenue sharing site you are working on, HubPages works on Ad rotation system, so practically when it is HubPages turn to shows ads, you get $0.00 from it. This is why it shows the stats you mentioned above.
      Similarly, when your ads are shown, you will get 100% revenue from the click on your ad.

  2. relache profile image87
    relacheposted 4 years ago

    The FAQ offers a lot of info about the revenue programs, how they work and what's required.