I have tried to see IF there is a parallel with the Google keyword tool and the dollar estimate we have on the statistics page?
Sometimes it appears the keywords are profitable yet when I use those terms, the dollar estimate provided by HubPages is low.
I have started NOT writing on those Hubs with the low $$. I know some have stated they earn money on those Hubs so what guidance can you provide.
Prioritize my time and my topics based upon the $$$$ estimate or higher?
the dollar estimate provided by HubPages is low as estimated by google keyword tool as we all know hubpages shares 40 % of your google adsense earnings and other thing is that the person who see the ad for 30 sec than you get all valuue of click
The dollar signs you see in your HubPages stats are an extremely rough estimate of earning potential but are neither scientifically accurate nor any sort of guarantee.
Hubs with less dollar signs and better targeted traffic can earn a lot more than a Hub with five dollar signs that don't get as many niche visitors.
Some of my high earners do have five dollar signs, but most of them don't.
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