I just started trying to develop more quality hubs in the last month. I went from 18 hubs that I've had for a year to now 43. I am only seeing a few clicks on Adsense. When should I start to see more organic traffic that will result in clicks?
Also, any ideas on my hubs is appreciated!!!!
My first goal is to 1 click/day and from there move up. Right now, I am only at 5 click so far this month.
Your writing is excellent. I'd add some pictures or videos to make your hubs not look like ezinearticles, and maybe tweak your titles to be more specific. There is a lot of competition on the types of broad terms you are targeting with your current titles.
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