I earn about $0.30 to $0.6 daily and some times nothing at all,and it is three different blogs that i have, hubpages,blogspot and howtodothings,is it okay?Plz share your experience let me learn.Thanks!
"about your account like the CTR, CPM and income derived via individual ad units or any other confidential information they may reveal to you. However, you may reveal the total money you make as per recent updates to the TOS."(recent in 2005!)
furthermore, do you expect google to track your comment in a forum to your pub-id? get the tin foil hats out
just dont post a screenshot of your account and you will be fine - hell google will prob toss u for some unexplained reason anyway, have fun while u can
Were not 4th, Manchester City are fourth..... two divisions above us, in the league that we ourselves spent almost all of two and a half decades!
I dont really understand what you are talking about with regards to Darren Huckerby.... as an American, you really aren't seeing the best Darren Huckerby. He is a Huckerby that is past his best by about 3 years.... he played his best football at Norwich, completely unstoppable for us, he admits this himself...
But he really isnt doing too badly in the MLS, restricted by injuries, but he won 'Newcomer of the year' which cant be all that bad
You do not need to worry as there is no problem in discussing the money you are earning with adsense according to the T&Cs, but if you are displaying a screenshot of your actual earnings along with click-through rates and everything, then your account can be in a problem.
Oooooh call the police I am adsense criminal asking advice as a newbie...quick get the keys and lock me up....Considering most people admit to only having cents I really do not get the secret society thing...else I hav'nt read the rules..AGAIN!!!!!
Sure, but such questions are also just "talking shop" ...most of us have earnings outside of just adsense, but truthfully acco, in many ways this is a competition although we can be helpful, the closer you get to the money...the more closed people will be.
There is a whole internet out there, there are plenty of internet marketing forums where people LOVE to talk about these things
You're welcome, but I think it's too late. Google will surely be cancelling your adsense accounts for asking this forbidden question. And I'll certainly ask Hubpages team to cancel your account. They will probably get into trouble too because of the question you asked. I can't say any more, or my own account will be in danger. Good luck. It's too risky for me to post here again.
Do you think that it is good to make fun of a person who is new to all this stuff, adsense and hubpages?
You have better explained the person that there is no problem in talking about how much we have earned then why you created another post to just make fun of him. He is not asking for some burgers or something. REMEMBER THE DAY WHEN YOU WERE NEW TO ADSENSE AND HUBPAGES?
I think you are an experienced person and an expert person should help newcomers and not make fun of them.
Dear subhasmittra Welcome to Hub pages. Thank you for your advice on what I should and should not be doing. You obviously know nothing of me, or of the reasons I posted why I did. Enjoy your time here.
Just like any venture, the time and effort you put in will increase with time. Write with a purpose and the time factor will kick in and before you know it your earnings may increase. I do not see a problem with discussing GoogleAdsense, but would like to receive detailed answers about its features such as understanding differences between URL reporting and Custom URL reporting. Writing techniques can be discussed also and will lead to increased earnings. Just asking how much is made with Google Adsense is dependant on too many variables.
Well, yes and no. It's encouraging to hear that someone else is making money and by inference it's a possible red flag if no one is making money. Assuming that Google doesn't serve ads for free, someone should be profiting from all these ads. If everyone is making 6 cents a day and no one is retiring to Bimini, then the business model is a hamster wheel.
Damn it, Eric was right, I have already received a stern warning and a cease and desist letter from adsense.
It came registered mail from google!
"You are not allowed to encourage others to speak freely about adsense or encourage others into understanding Terms Of Service, Terms of Service are intended to be adhered to not to be read, any further activities of this nature may result in termination of your account. Please instruct the user AccoFranco, that we are aware of his revolutionary activities and will be taking strong actions - The Googinator"
Im not sure what this means but Im going into hiding for a little while
i am sorry but this is a four month old thread i found and I know it's a little harsh on the poor guy who started it, but there are parts that had me howling with laughter. the best laugh i had today....I know I am mean.
Seriously speaking, this is a good question that I myself want some answers, serious, factual answers.
The answer to this question also answers a lot of other questions: Is it worth my time hubbing? If it is, how much would I expect to earn? How many hubs do I need to write? What topics should I write about? etc.
In my opinion i'd say, the more quality hubs you write, the more you can earn ! That is logic. BUT, dont just write a load of useless hubs expecting to make millions. It all happens in time. Make sure you write usefil, timeless and great quality content, do your SEO and take it from there. I started by making a few cents a day. Today i make an average of $2, $3 and $4 a day ! And that with 11 hubs !
One of the threads that I'll look forward to @ The Keyword Academy (join if you haven't) is the "Little Victory Thread" where members *flaunt* how much they've earned or if any of their sites hit #1 - just to name a few.....
Thing is, when someone update it with something that sounds like, "wow! my first $100 day" and you're like "dang! what did I do wrong?"
This kind of thread is what every newcomer loves to read. It sorta push them to work harder and as far as hubpages is concerned, write more relevant hubs.
Please allow me to share a little.
Three (3) things you need to make money here (in order of importance)
1. Keyword Research 2. Link Building 3. Link Building
I can't stress enough the importance of link building (unless your hub is already at #1) because that's what you really need to do to drive "relevant and ad-clicking" traffic to your hubs.
Until your hubs are in the top 5 in Google ranking for any keyword of your choice, money is just a fantasy.
Notice that I don't mention about creative writing (albeit you need a little knowledge of how to make it *readable*), forum posting, # of fans or hubscore.
Those are the things that should matter less to you so my humblest advice is to stop worrying the wrong things (and spend less time in the forum)
PS: I don't claim to be an expert and I don't come here often either but that's what I've always wanted to share with the community.
I agree money is fantasy. If you rank in first page then you will earn some money. Also if you rank on second page too. But some time we get visitors from unknown keywords and clicks too.
Don't know how to earn $100 day. but i want to earn that much money. God how can i earn $100 per day. I will be satisfy with $20 per day too. Right now i am earning less then $1 per day. Should i give up or work more. I think we should work hard and hard.
That $10/day is not just earned on my hubs, but earned on my hubs and my blogs. I also use my referral link a lot when cross-promoting my hubs on my other pages, so some of the clicks are most likely not even on my hubs. I have been fortunate to signup a few good hubbers.
I work very hard when it to SEO and traffic. Despite the fact that i have 11 hubs only, i make an average of $2 - $3 a day. some days more though ! When i started a month ago, it was between $0.50 and $0.70
I have just really been working on getting hubs up and getting content aging here. I've been in very much of a writing mood and I don't feel that very often so I decided to skip out on the SEO for a while, although I have been doing some minimal SEO on some of my articles here.
Right now I'm bringing in about $2 a day. Coming up here soon, I'll be releasing several articles at once and then will be working on SEO so I plan on seeing a positive change from that. Hopefully by the end of the year I will see myself on the track of $10 a day. That's not a lot, but hey, baby steps... then I can work on the bigger bucks after that, right?
That's just with hubpages anyway, I own several niche sites that I bring a tidy income from.
So my average is just over $2 per day and thats after three days. All the earnings are from one of my hubs. The rest are useless I think, so that has given me a drive. If I can do this with one hub in 3 days think what we could all do. It's there for the taking, and all my study may well have paid off. We will see as I just tried to replicate on my newest one.
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