I just noticed that my Helium articles have earned as much as my HP articles this month from G - with 300 fewer articles, no backlinking, no photos, no videos, and no keyword strategy. My average Helium earnings from G haven't seemed to change, while my HP earnings from Adsense have all but vanished. Helium is a content farm, so why didn't it get punched? Before Panda, my Adsense earnings on Hubpages were WAY more than they were on Helium. Any thoughts on this?
by Anamika S6 years ago
My Adsense earnings this month from HubPages was only 40% of what I normally earn with HubPages and for the first time in several months I did not make a payout in Amazon this month. However, the saving grace was some...
by Carolee Samuda2 years ago
How long does it take for your chosen Specialties to be approved?I took the English test and got approved but am waiting for my 'specialty" to be approved but has been pending for the last few days.Also, can I...
by Jacob Horning2 months ago
Hello Hubbers! I'm fairly new to HubPages, I've been here about a week now and love the community so far! Anyway, I was thinking, since we all have the same goal; to make money, get readers and help people, I thought I...
by Sally Gulbrandsen4 days ago
Feeling slightly apprehensive and even a little guilty for having done so! Do HubPages earn a share of my Adsense earnings and what would the effect be if everyone switched to Adsense?
by ryankett6 years ago
Did you know that Squidoo got a slap in 2007 and it lasted until 2009?There was uproar when a few things had to change, many people deleted lenses, dissapeared, etc.Some others stayed, many recovered by going on...
by 3bagsfull7 years ago
I am just getting started here and am really liking it. I hope it pays off eventually.I write for examiner.com and have a shop on etsy.com.my hope is that all these sites and others I add will make me $3000 a month. It...
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