I've been doing a bit of forwards planning and setting myself some targets for hubpages and my websites. Currently I am getting about 5-600 hubviews per day, but I am aiming to build up to 3000 hubviews per day and to make £600 (around $950) per monnth from it across adsense, amazon and the odd affiliate link. Is this a realistic target or am I being to optimistic? Are many other people getting this amount or more for either hubviews or money made?
Hard work makes it possible and with your optimistic approach I cant see why you cant go ahead and achieve it, good luck !
Thanks, I'll probably need a bit of luck!
I agree, I am already trying to get the search engine traffic and to target high paying keywords and all that. I don't know if I'll be able to write as many hubs as you have though - you've got loads. I'm off to have a look at some of them now.
Sounds like you a professional hub user. Please give me some ideas how to increase paid traffic to my hubs. I am still in cents per month. Unfortunately, all people like my hubs so much that they forget about the ads on it :-(
- a little cat(emdi)
You are doing really good. Just keep on following your target, it might be possible that you do not reach your target but if try to hit the nearest mark of your target, I think it would be really beneficial for you. When you will write some good hubs, you will receive hubpages views at first but after some months, you will start automatically receiving views from outside sources, so keep on moving friend. Best of luck.
Views from within HubPages is good, but what you really want is views from outside sources (search engines, blogs, and other sites).
It's better to have 3000 views a day from other sources than 3000 views from HubPages. The money comes from the other views, not HubPage views.
I'd say that is a very realistic goal and one to aim high for. try and post a hubpage every day if possible and create sets of related hubpages, the more windows you have that point to your hubpages, the better in terms of search engine traffic.
With nearly 600 views a day you are on the right track, maybe if you have time, go back and see if you can optimise older hubpages further, like interlinking related hubpages with links and relevant keywords, I found this to be a good exercise to build on what you already have and strengthen your position, it boosted my traffic up!!
What is unrealistic about it? You managed to come to 600 views after 5 months. Cranking hubs at the same pace after 20 more months you'll have 3000. And it is likely to happen even faster
Too me,it's really unrealistic! But I'll try! I believe someday I could make it!
I'm working towards the same goal Kephira and I believe it is more than possible! Good luck
I'm not sure about relying on adsense as the main source of income. I know people who are doing very well with affiliate products which offer a much more lucrative income (US thousands per day)and adsense is merely to pay for overheads like hosting fees etc.
I think it is very possible to achieve 3000 viewings a day. I currently get between 700 to 1000 a day across my hubs and some of those hubs get over 100 viewings a day on their own. It is also true that you can make far more money from Affiliate Links from sites such as Clickbank, than you will make from ebay, Amazon etc. Adsense isn't bad though. Good luck.
The pageviews are an entirely realistic possibility, I myself average about 4000 daily pageviews.
However, with that level of pageviews, you will not be achieving your projected level of earnings.
It may not be probable, but I think it is possible to reach those earnings with that amount of pageviews. I get around 1100-1300 views/day and have earned approx $500/month these past two months with eBay, adsense, amazon and my own affiliates. Not sure if I will be able to maintain these earnings, but it is possible. So, with 3,000 pageviews, I could potentially earn around $1000/month.
So, shoot for your goals. You never know what you will be able to achieve unless you give it your best shot. Good luck! I hope you make it.
3,000 page views a day is really realistic! Currently, I am aiming at 1 million page views a month. I would say I am VERY behind my goal, but after more work and time i'll be there someday! For now, smaller goals would probably produce better results.
I'm encouraged by the possibilities. I need to just keep writing and learning...
Yeah with many hubs of course, maybe I could achieve that considering my present views and using ratio and proportion, hubs in the vicinity of 250 to 350 will help me get 3000 views, but of course making even a single quality hub is difficult...
There is noting to loose, Go for it. Atlest give a try.
by sam2435418 months ago
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Traffic and earnings appear to be down for many. When do HP expect the benefits of the layout changes to shine through the gloom?
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