I have just started writing on hub pages and I have two hubs my username is bubbawubba and my hubs are about parenting
I have had 91 page views for one hub and 7 for my latest hub I was just wondering how many page views until one of my ads gets clicked on based on your personal experience also when did you start making money and how much and how?
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What I can say is that I accumulated earnings my first month, but I had 20 Hubs, and did not meet payout threshold for a few months of 20 Hubs each. With only two Hubs, I have no idea how long or how many clicks it will take and maybe someone else can speak to that, without divulging earnings.
If you are using the HP ad program, you won't know about clicks (you get paid per view, not per click). No matter which form of advertising you use though, you can generally expect between $2-$5 per 1,000 views.
Thanks for your reply I guess I was just asking if it is possible to make some money and how long or how many posts until you do
Also is there a better topic to post about to receive more views and more money?
I am just starting and was wondering wether to keep going or not is it worth it?
Welcome to HubPages. The collective wisdom of the community is that it takes new Hubbers on average a year to reach their first payout. Of course, you need to create engaging and well written content to gain the impressions for which you are paid.
I would thoroughly recommend the Learning Center here at HubPages as it contains a large amount of very useful information.
Also, I would not concentrate on traffic to begin with, just concentrate on learning the ropes here, reading some of the excellent material here on HubPages and creating your own excellent Hubs.
I takes new writers as long as it takes them to get the thousands of veiew that, multiplied by their CPM, add up to $50.
Every user can look at their own traffic and CPM to estimate how long that will be.
welcome to HP. Firstly, i don't think you could see any earnings with 2 hubs. Secondly, it took me 4 months before i saw my first earning, with 20 hubs. Parenting hubs are potential topics to gain traffic from moms and dads. I am sure you can do well. Best of luck!
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