I need to know how to optimize Google Adsense for my HubPage articles. I am received satisfactory readership but needs to get the Google Adsense to reflect the quality of my articles. I have read the Help optimization module on Google Adsense but in still only receiving cents for some very quality articles.
I think hubpages do all the work for you and you cant optimize adds in hubpages by your self.
You don't optimize AdSense for Hubs, it's the other way round. Your content is really what Google is looking at when they pick ads, but the earnings are really based on what advertisers pay for certain topics. If you aren't writing about high-earning topics, you just don't earn much.
Thank you Aniketgore,for your prompt reply.
I will go back to promoting my hubs through distribution using my stats channels on the edit page.
You need to make sure you are using the correct keywords that are highly optimized. Check out thirtydaychallenge.com training days 2 and 3. It is free to sign up
You might want to check out google's free tool - which will tell you what clicks cost an advertiser - you can expect to get 20/30% of the CPC https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal#
Google isn't a literary critic - it will pay depending on what the advertiser will pay!
Linda, as I posted elsewhere - it doesn't matter how many Hubs you produce, your first three or four months on HubPages won't earn you much. Ask any Hubber, most of us have had exactly the same experience.
You just need to be patient and wait for the search engines to catch up to you. It's the search engine traffic that will click on your ads.
Promoting won't hurt, of course, and neither will learning about keywords and how to use them. But patience is the bottom line!
BTW, I notice you've produced an impressive number of Hubs in a short time. I'm hoping they are all original and not articles you've already published elsewhere? Copied articles tend to get penalized by search engines so they never earn as much.
That is deff the best advice you will get. I was once doing 3 websites and after 6 months was annoyed at only earning $20 a month from them. That was 3 years ago and how I wish I had the patience I have now. Patience is not a virtue, it is the key to you earning money online. !
Its true. Before i was thinking more hubs more traffic and more money. But after finding opinions of so many peopls here on hubpages . am getting to know. Wait and watch thats the key.
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