I've been with HubPages for 4 years and have done well with the HubPages Ad Program and selling things on Amazon, but Google Adsense has been a trickle. I am finally close enough to the $100 payout that My New Year's Resolution Is To Finally Cash Out With Google Adsense!
How is Google Adsense treating you?
Oh that is so great! Congratulations!
I have been here for 5 weeks and I have made a grand total of $3.35 from the HubPages Ad Programme and a whole $0.08 from Google Adsense. I know it mustn't seem like a lot but I am so so proud of my little nest egg and I can't wait to nurture it and have it grow
Congratulations, and here's hoping with you!
Good luck with your goal. I cash out about once a year (I am no high flier) but I am scheduled for a cashout on the next paydate. It is going straight into paying extra on my new mortgage. Not a very exciting goal but who wants to pay over 30 years! I need to cut that down a bit.
I'll be celebrating 5 years on HP in the Spring of '16 and I've still never received a Google AdSense payout, but I'm fine with the occasional beer money I get out of the HP ads program so I gave up worrying about it.
I stopped checking my AdSense numbers ages ago. Glaciers move faster than they do. If and when I ever do reach the magic payout I'll accept it as a surprise gift out of a gracious nowhere.
If you're in the HP Earnings Program then you're only ever showing ONE Adsense ad on each of your Hubs, and that's right down the bottom where most readers won't see it. That's why Adsense is always a trickle for those of us using HP Ads.
So personally, I think you've done well to get to $100 in that situation. Good luck with reaching payout!
I agree with you, Marisa. But I have observed during the last three months that my earnings as well as views have increased on Google Adsense. Though, I have been here for two years, yet I will receive the Google Adsense payout in January, 2016. Things seem to be getting better on Google Adsense as well as HP Ad Program.
My goal is just being able to cash out with the Ad program.
Congrats though, good luck to you and here's to many more cash outs in the future!
Thanks for all the positive replies everyone! They made my day! Here's to a happy and prosperous New Year for everyone at HubPages! Cheers!
I'm close to payout too, I will have been trying for close to 4 years by the time I reach the threshold. I've noticed recently an improvement on return; of course, I use Adsense on more sites than just HP now.
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