If my Page eCPM is $20, what does it mean? How much did I earn?
It means that for every 1000 impressions/views it is estimated you will make $20. This number is almost never accurate, you could make $0 or $1000 it is just an estimate based on previous views and Adsense clicks on your hubs.
Under your estimated earnings is where you'll want to look to see how much you've made
Charlinex, it's a bit early to worry about that. It takes the average Hubber nine months to a year to earn their first payout check. There are a few exceptions but they're people who worked very hard to learn about SEO,keyword research and how to optimize their Hubs.
So there's not a lot of point in checking your earnings for several more weeks!
by accofranco7 years ago
I earn about $0.30 to $0.6 daily and some times nothing at all,and it is three different blogs that i have, hubpages,blogspot and howtodothings,is it okay?Plz share your experience let me learn.Thanks!
by Joe Young24 months ago
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by Felishiya Fiamma7 weeks ago
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by Alfreta Sailor4 years ago
Is it just me or is everyone's earnings for HP ads still pending for yesterday? I looked for a thread on the subject, but as yet haven't found one.
by Haunty6 years ago
Does anyone know how much Adsense revenue HubPages generates on a daily basis?If you don't know can you guess?
by Eileen Hughes2 years ago
I have deleted my adsense account myself. And was just wondering if I can still earn money on hubpages with my amazon. Thanks
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