Well, no doubt google adsense is one of the best in terms of earning revenue from hubpages. However, i have only been earning cents at adsense!! That's so bad. I desperately need help from fellow hubbers, what should i do to increase my earnings
I am thinking that a person has to get hundreds of thousands of views a day to make money from Adsense. I'm in the boat too. Generally I've heard it's difficult to make decent money from Adsense though there are a couple Hubbers who say they make good money with it on their own sites. I'm thinking it has to be a very narrowed down subject that offers good click-throughs and conversions.
It is very possible to reach the payment threshold for the HP Ad Program within months, if you use keyword research; with 20-30 articles. Without keyword research, could take a couple years, with maybe a hundred articles; but that depends. Content has to be of high quality with specific and detailed information for the reader.
NateB11: Yes you are right, it is easy to reach threshold with HP Program but not just with adsense. I am earning almost nothing at adsense not just at hubpages but at other places too where i write. At hubpages i am able to earn just because of their ad program. So, i just wonder how websites like (as an example) moms-make-money.com are able to earn thousands of dollars from adsense in just a month
Yes, I definitely don't know how to make money with Adsense yet. I think it requires getting a lot of traffic and the readers have to be people who click ads and buy things. The way to figure out how to get that kind of traffic and get those kind of visitors is still keyword research and SEO, I'm sure.
I think you need high dollar ads to make money on Adsense. The old Mesothelioma ads at $2500.00 per click will make you money. Articles likely to promote $7.00 items will make you little. Leanman, who has a high dollar niche - Lean Project Management, said he makes $1000.00 per month in Adsense alone on his personal site. You need expertise in a high dollar field to make serious smack.
Between my two HP accounts I saw a 50% difference in HP Ad revenue based on topic. Health related things paid twice as much as doggie related or pet stuff.
That makes sense. I learned at some point that this game has a lot to do with subject matter. Either that or selling products...or both. I've definitely learned you have to be choosy about topics and titles.
I wish I knew what to do also. My adsense account has been sitting at 5.36 for 5 years. I have 8 cent on Hub Pages but it went away so now I have 0. I think Hub Pages is a great site but I am beginning to think it is not for me. I have been writing for yeas and have always made good money at it. I think Hub Pages may not be for me. Wish I could help you out but I am in the same boat and it is sinking.
Since your subject matter is not widely searched (I know this since we write on many of the same subjects) you need to have several hundred well-written and ranked articles before you are making a decent income here on HP. Also, from your reply I understand you are using an Adsense account only. If that is the case, I suggest you switch immediately to HP earning program. The Adsense advertisement only appears at the end of your hub and you are only paid per click. The HP advertisements appear throughout your hub and you are paid on page views. It is not a lot but if you write a lot more hubs you will earn a decent monthly income. Good luck.
Meh. Same crap, different month. I am due for a payment from the HP Ads Program within the next month or so, though. I am much happier with that program. If I were still running on AdSense only and still waitin' on them I probably would've said "Eff this" a long time ago.
oh.. it seems HP ad program works for some people and google adsense works for some people. Need to test both and pick what works well for ourself. if both work for some, they are the fortunate people in here.
If you have the HP Ads Program enabled, then there is only ONE direct Adsense ad on each of your Hubs. That's right at the very bottom of your Hub, where most visitors won't even see it. So if you are using HP Ads, you'll get very few if any Adsense clicks.
Are you talking about not earning money purely from Adsense or the HP Earnings program? Because there are very few purely Adsense ads in each hub when you are in the HP Earnings program.
To earn more money, I would recommend writing articles about things that people search for. What do you know how to do that others want to know how to do? If you help them solve problems or make things, or teach them something new, you are more likely to have people read the hubs. The trick is to tell them something that is not already available on the web. I know that is much easier to say than to actually do.
Hi there. I am fairly new. I reviewed serveral of your articles and found that they were extremely well written and the products you presented as very appropiate. I gave up on "trying" to make articles "make money" However, I am always surprised when they do. Albiet, I make more doing surveys on a daily basis but my passion is writing and posting articles on HubPages is a great way to develop a portfolio. I personaly will be glad to read, review, vote up, and pass on your articles to people that are most likely to glean from them. Keep up the good work. I value the writers that show me "how to do it". Thanks, Joel.
First, let me tell you that I, too, earn cents in Adsense but I can see from your articles that you're up to a stiff competition in these topics you have chosen in your hubs. Unless you make your articles stand out, traffic will be limited and it follows your earnings will be affected. Did your hubs get good sales last Christmas? These are the sort of hubs that would so that will augment your earnings.
The key to making money on adsense is keyword research and LOTS of content. People say SEO is dead, but not for adsense. The right keywords for well-paying ads are what will make you the most money. Just be careful not to keyword stuff. I usually only use a keyword a maximum of 3-5 times in the article, and use alternate LSI keywords the rest of the time.
Just write a lot of good article with good keywords and then blast them all over the internet. If Google sees yu all over the place they will begin to take notice of you and then engage your hubs. (that's advice coming from a person whose adsense account is quite dormant!)
If you are in the HP ad program then most of your earnings will appear through that rather than actual Google adsense.
You have the option to use either Google adsense alone or use the HP ad program which also features a single Adsense ad in a position that is unlikely to get clicked - so you will earn very little from adsense even if you are earning through the HP ad program.
Personally I use adsense on my personal sites and depending on the subject they earn me anything from 50c a day to $50 a day. So you can make money on adsense if you select the right subject areas and attract enough traffic. You just need to think about what sort of content advertisers will really want to place their adverts on.
That's pretty awesome LeanMan, i dont want to open a website of my own at the moment so i am concentrating on revenue sharing sites like hubpages, wizzley. seekyt- but everywhere in terms of adsense the story is the same. So i was just wondering if its just me alone.
Assuming you are in the Hp Ad program. Then the next step is to write hubs especially with titles that people would search in the search site, ie Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc. It's easy to say about SEO and that kind of stuff. I am not savvy in this area, but I always try to give titles that are "search friendly", and I always repeat the title at least once in my first paragraph. Of course quantity will also help, but that we are talking about at least 1000! So as a practical compromise, you need to write hubs that are popularly searched, and you need to increase the number of hubs too.
Hi Shadaan, Perhaps I was a bit lucky. My first few hubs are still the real income earners. The later hubs do not attract that much traffic. I really don't know why. Just the same, never give up Shadaan. Keep on writing and I am sure you will hit the jackpot.
Hi Shadaan, I stopped writing on revenue sharing sites because the time to make money with these sites is over. Even the top Bloggers or Internet Marketers don't make that much with Google Adsense anymore. So many revenue sharing sites have closed down because it's not profitable anymore. You really need a lot of traffic to earn a decent amount but it is very hard to reach that. It's because of all these Google algorithm changes.
I'm still writing but now I'm writing eBooks, especially Kindle books, which has become more popular at the moment. Maybe this is something for you as well. Once you have a good amount of books and people find and purchase your books, you can make a nice passive income. I'm not at that stage yet because I have started only recently. What is good about it is that you get a fixed amount per book while with Google Adsense you don't know what you may earn.
I have read a lot about people recently who are doing well selling eBooks.
Hi Janet, i was really wondering where you are these days. Good to know about ebooks, so how is it all going and yet again the same questions- are you doing a keyword search for the ebook topics? How do you plan to promote them
Hi Shadaan, I chose to publish children's books since this is a niche which isn't oversaturated yet when it comes to digital books. With so many children using tablets and smartphones parents start to switch to digital books since you can get them much cheaper than traditionally published books and sometimes even for free. Yes, I do keyword search. Amazon, the place where I publish my ebooks, offers free promotion tools but apart from that I use social media and submit my ebooks to ebook promoting websites. You can also create book trailers (similar to movie trailers) on Youtube to promote your ebooks. Well, I'm still at the beginning so I can't tell you exactly if I will be doing well. Apart from that I have also begun to create educational materials, digital illustrations and clip arts. I'm focusing more on my creative side.
At the end of last year I became seriously sick. I had early stage cancer. Fortunately, they could remove everything after two surgeries and I neither needed chemo nor radiation but I'm starting an alternative therapy soon to avoid a recurrence. During that time where I knew about my sickness I have started to draw and create clip arts. It helped me to deal with my condition. So now I'm focusing on creating ebooks and illustrating.
I only make a few cents a month and have been on this site for more than a year. I have not even made the $50 mark to see any money. I accepted that I will not make money this way, I just do it for the enjoyment of writing and reading other hubs. You are not alone with your frustration with hubpages, many other hubbers have voiced the same dissatisfaction with this site.
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