In an effort to build hubs that monetize. I noticed that per page view of my hubs they did
not convert visitors to click on adsense, ebay ,nor amazon
Most of my hubs are not showing google ads that relate to the content?
I know this can be a factor because people usually come to read the content will click on ads
for the topic.
All of the other sites and blogging platforms I use I haven't had any problem with that .
Here are 2 of my sites stats (not hubs) that get Google organic traffic
Site #1 1,633 40 2.45% $4.12 $6.72
Site #2 492 66 13.41% $14.52 $7.14
As you can see if your site gets viewed they click on it.
And it has alot with if the ads are related to the topic.
I added more key words that related to my topics?
Still the ads are unrelated
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
As I understand it, you are breaking google's terms of service by displaying this information.
your hubs have only been published for a couple of weeks. It will probably take longer than that to get a sense of what earnings you are likely to get, but I suspect it will be lower than site 2, LOL
I would add a LOT more content to site number2 and promote the hell out of it.
Especially if it's only 3 weeks old.
Bur when I look at your hubs, I see related ads.
Thank you checking my hubs.
I realize 3 weeks and 16 hubs you shouldn't make much money but 0.00
Remember when I asked you about another network I was writing for? ;-)
For the time it seems to pay better from the start.
Their are so many rules for all this shit Mark. All I was tring to do was share
what I deemed useful information if Adsense wants to kick me off screw them I say!
Thanx for the heads up.
My Holiday wishes for Us Hubbers and hubettes
Let the blessings be The blessings are for all of us .
Feel free to take them as needed.
Hey, no sweat.
John Chow seems to do just fine without google Ads.
Have a great New Year. On a beach?
I figured out a possibility also for not making money right away with google adsense.. one the longer your hub is out there the mor potential of others seeing it and linking friends or adding it to their bookmark sites and so on.. the longer your hub is up the more potenital link backs become flooded throughout the net.. so one way your hub makes money later is in this way.. as traffic increases when your hub gets more attention and link backs.. so of all the many reasons its good to have patience for the money to come in this is one area most people dont think about..
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