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sorry guidebaba, I didn't check the link, I think it should work now http://hubpages.com/hub/Suggestions--to … ffectively
yes, its active now.
Hi Prem : You have already done a Good Job. Please have a look at my Stats:
I can see an "Earnings" Column in the picture that you have uploaded in your hub but there is no such column in my stats. With 73 sign-ups and over 21K hub views I have made $0.0 . I diverted traffic from my personal site to HP for sign-ups. They signed-up and published and I make nothing. This is Very-Very-Very frustrating.
Now I am renovating my website and have REMOVED all links leading to HP.
guidebaba, snapshot shown in my hub was taken few months back and during that period there was a column showing rough estimates of earning. HP has removed the earning columns 2-3 months before. It was discussed in the forums and most of the hubbers and HP were of opinion that this column was creating confusion as it showed only rough estimates.You should not remove links from your blogs as you are still earning with these page views and sign-ups if they have written few hubs and getting some traffic. Your earnings are directly credited to your adsense account by HP.
I don`t think if I am in position to point this out, but I would suggest a flat sign-up bonus for each referral, may it be 1$ or 2$.
You can certainly point it out, but what you aren't is in a position to make it happen. The current system provides a reward in direct proportion to the contribution of the people you refer. A flat payment per user would just encourage the referral of low quality users.
I make far more from referrals than from my own hubs. If you track the urls of your own hubs and your other websites in your AdSense account then you'll find that a proportion of your hubpages earnings are not from your hubs.
For me less than one in 10 hubpages clicks are mine. The rest come from hubs created by referral signups. I have around 35 hubs but my signups have 317 and I get 10% of their clicks. I think referrals can be more significant in terms of future earnings than hub creation.
Traffic from those hubs has just hit 200,000. Much higher than my own traffic!
Thank you Rik. This is REAL Encouragement. I am almost done with the renovation of my website and this time I have placed the link to HP on the page that is specifically meant for writers. I guess now I will get SERIOUS people sign-up.
Thanks once again !
Ray or Guidebaba
Paul is spot on - most of my 27 referrals produce nothing - only 2 produce significant numbers of hubs and earnings. It wouldn't make financial sense for hubpages to pay us a flat rate to signup low quality users who provide no revenue to share.
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