How long can I expect before I see some decent income from my hubs?
That's like asking how long before your farmer's market booth makes lots of money. The question is: do you have good produce? Then people will buy it.
The good news is that it's entirely in your own hands what kind of produce -- or rather, content -- you offer your visitors.
The bad news is that the web is almost infinite, giving web users an almost infinite number of choices in which webpages to browse.
So, what will bring them to your "booth"? You have to offer interesting, useful, easy-to-read content that really delivers something to your readers. With practice, you'll get a better idea of what things you can write on that are interesting enough to draw readers.
Readers are your source of income, because you get paid according to raw ad impressions, what ads thy click on, and sales if you include ebay/amazon products.
by Melanie Shebel21 months ago
Why are my ad impressions only half of what HubPages shows for traffic for each day? I know they receive a 40% cut (which is demotivating for me, I'd rather it be 70/30 or even 80/20, that would be way more motivating),...
by Justin Choo4 days ago
It's been quite some time I didn't check on my earnings. What a shock to find that my ad "impressions" were less than half of my page views. If I am not wrong they should be the same.
by On The Trail6 years ago
Under 3rd party access and hubpages.com it says under host's share of revenue, "0% of content revenue." What does that mean?Thanks!JJ
by x3xsolxdierx3x6 years ago
Hello,My name is Howie.I have done a tremendous amount of research regarding various offerings and elements of functionality/business models of the leading Web 2.0 revenue sharing websites. I've watched growth trends...
by Cindy Murdoch5 years ago
As I read and try to learn about the internet, I keep running across people talking about content spinners. Isn't the content that they create considered duplicate content? Or not? Does anyone use them for any other...
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