Like I know it is relative.. but what is a good amount of traffic to start earning some serious money?
I'm not talking about from HP or other sources but straight from Search Engines.
How many SE views do you get per day? How much do you earn with these views?
Define serious money first.
According to HP stuff, average hub earns in the range $2-5 per 1000 visitors, so do your math - and you'll know how many visitors you need.
I'm taking about you people who make 1,000$ + a month. What kind of Search Engine Traffic bring in this amount?
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