Reading the post on daily income via adsense, is there a way we can increase our earnings ...? Does anyone have any ideas that could create a higher cash flow via hubpages?
Yes, I think those that are earning the top dollars should share those earnings with everyone else. It isn't fair that some are doing better than others after all, we are all members of the Hub community and should share equally in the rewards.
I think you will benefit from poking around the forums. On any given day there is at least one thread talking about the subject of making more money on Hubpages
EDIT: Looks like you are doing it already. Good start
I think it happens automatically. The more backlinks every one of us builds to their own hubs, the more popularity and authority site as a whole acquires, which in turn gives better SE ranking to every single hub
Misha is correct. We do not need to jump through specials hoops to increas the overall earnings. As we continue to tie our content to other places around the internet (backlinks) we draw more people in who see how great the set up is here and get interested and the things just doubles back on itself.
Yeah, I would love to make more on adsense. I wish the hubpages staff would allow some of us to place ads in different areas on our hubs. On some of my hubs I KNOW ads would be better in a different location on my hubs.
The simplest way to earn more is to write more.
I would also follow some of the SEO techniques posted around the forums, will vastly increase the earning power of everything you write.
I'd also add that as well as writing MORE, you have to write SMARTER. Stick all your hubs into Google Analytics. Wait 6 months until you have enough data for the statistics to become reliable, then write more of the hubs that are making good money.
thisisoli, I disagree with you on your point of writing more hubs, it's quality content that counts. Look at Misha he has a very small amount of hubs but makes most money.
Quality content helps, but I think Misha's success is more down to some god-like backlinking investments than on page SEO.
Just one thing you must follow. Write the content that not only hubbers will like but entire world like. Just analyze that if people around world are interested about what you are going to write. If so search engines will catch your hubs faster and drive traffic to your hub.
Use the Google Adwords Keyword Research tool. This will show you the more expensive keywords that you can write about, whic will give you more money per click on your pages. Don't go for the keywords that people are not looking for.
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