in the stats on my hub page in the revenue potential bit what are the $ signs telling us i noticed on some hubs there are a couple od $ signs on others there are more..How high do they go and why? thanks you all..
From what I have seen they range from $ - $$$$$ and mean very little in terms of what one actually makes from an article.
It's the potential value of the keyword. And it's as Ivorwen says.
Usually when there is alot of competition for the keywords the price might tend to spike - as above, its all about the keywords
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