A question to the experienced members: Do you find that your hard work pays off and shows in your earnings?
It used to. Apart from a couple of surges when I did the 30 day Challenges, I write less than one Hub a month, and until January, I was receiving an Adsense payment every single month. In January it was over $300.
Then Google's algorithm change hit and my income has halved. Even so, some people would think $150 a month isn't a bad return for a few hours' work checking for broken links and revising Hubs.
by Bema Self13 months ago
First, please forgive me if this has been asked a hundred times already. I've tried searching through the forums, but without a better search feature, it's difficult to find out if someone has already asked about the...
by Spacey Gracey6 years ago
Can you remember what it was like when you first started to write Hubs?Before you read this rambly post - please know that I am not a newbie trying to suck you dry for information without doing any of the work myself....
by Aya Katz6 years ago
Since my current balance in Google Adsense is nearly $150, I was expecting that I would receive a payment this month *Feb." But when I went and clicked "when will I be paid" this morning, this is what it...
by Elsie Nelson5 years ago
I will admit right off the bat I don't think my comparative studies between having HP ads on versus off have been very scientific. However, I am NOT impressed with my earnings when I have HP ads on. What I...
by foreclosure20102 years ago
Just thought I would ask to get a few ideas on were I stand in relation to other more experienced Hubbers.
by jesimpki4 years ago
I'm just curious to see what the average is for newcomers to earn in their first month. I know that the more hubs you have, the more impressions you'll have and potential clicks, but I'm really interested in...
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