What might have been wrong in my hubs, why I always had this $0.00 earnings everyday in my google adsense. Any advise from hubbers out there? Thanks.
have you activated your adsense account and copied the code in your hubpage account?
Either you haven't activated it or you haven't added your Publisher id in the affiliate section. With 23 hubs you should be making something with 23 hubs.
Do you have analytics set up? If so, is it a close match to what adsense is telling you re: stats?
Yes, I have the analytics set up. This is the report -
Forgive me if I am wrong, but are you saying that you have had just 11 page views in a whole month?
If so, then I am afraid that you are just not getting anybody reading your stuff. If nobody reads then nobody clicks.
Search for hubs on 'Traffic' or 'SEO' or 'Keywords'..... there are hubs out there which will give you great lessons on how to drive traffic.
The report from analytics stated above is from Sept. 1 to Oct.1. What might be other causes for this 0 earning?
If no one clicks on the ads, you don't earn anything. That's what your Sept stats are showing.
It can be disheartening when the income isn't flooding in. And it's hard to hear the opinions of others and open your hubs up for scrutiny, so well done to you, I couldn't take the exposure
I had a quick look at just one of your hubs: http://hubpages.com/hub/Awareness-on-Breast-Cancer
The things I noticed were:
1] It is hard to read
2] Your pictures dominate
4] Volume of hubs
1] It looks like all your text is in one text module. Split it out into different modules. If it is in different modules, then give each module a title, typed into the title box of the module. This will break it up and make it easier to read.
2] Your images are dominating the piece, swamping your words. The pictures don't need to be so large. Edit each one, making it half width or quarter width.
3] You could add some more keywords in there. e.g. one of your sections is Lumpectomy, yet this isn't in your keywords. Add in relevant keywords from your text. If you've gone through splitting your text up into different modules and adding titles to each section, then make sure the important words from the titles are in the keywords.
4] I have a particular theory about volumes. You certainly need more hubs than you have ... one of the problems of having a few hubs is you spend more time checking your traffic and income than you do writing more hubs. Try to concentrate on writing the hubs and ignoring the income. The more you write, the more powerful your hubs will become. I am convinced that 1000 hubs is the tipping point at which time hubs would be a full-time income for anybody. 1000 hubs is just one a day for 3 years. Remember, hubs have the ability to pay you a residual income for years to come, so it's worth while putting the effort in. Why not try one of the 30 day hub challenges to get you started.
Next, promoting your hubs
I am trying to set myself a target of finding one place per day where I can link somebody to one of my hubs. So look around the internet, join some other forums where you can add a link to one or more of your hubs into the signature, then just post on the forum. Or, look around at other places (e.g. Yahoo Answers) and go looking for questions where you hub directly answers the question.
My target is to find just ONE place per day where I can link a community to one of my hubs.
But I had just submitted my hub on breast cancer few hours ago. What about the earnnings of my other hubs? Anyway, thanks for the advise. I will check that hub and make some amendments. Again, thank you, earner.
Thanks for your good advice. I am benefited from it
What do you mean Lumpectomy is not in my keywords? Can you please help me understand about putting relevant keywords from my text ,as what you stated? Please be patient with me, earner. I want to improve my hubs. And you are of great help to me.
Wow Earner! Now that's a well thought out response! Great input
Beth, if you're unsure what a keyword is then you have some reading to do. Don't worry though - just begin by checking out some of the hubs here:
Reading some of these should help.
I know it's confusing at first, but the more you read, the more it will all fall into place. Also, study top hubber's hubs to get a feel for how they are constructed.
This is actually quite a big subject, about traffic and clicks ... just don't be despondent, chip away at all the elements over time.
There's a lot to building a great hub that gets fab traffic and attracts high paying ads that people click on.
Rome wasn't built in a day - and nothing you write or do is ever wasted.
Once it's written and published, it's out there - and you can go back at any time and tweak/change it, so as you learn more, or get new ideas, you can go back and tweak/improve it all the time.
Writing hubs, to get money, to build a residual income is just like a "real job", you learn something new every day that makes tomorrow's work easier and quicker.
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