Whoa hooo! Sometime this morning I busted through the 250,000 reads mark on HubPages. I also broke through the $100 barrier for one month using HubPages ads.
Since nearly half my hubs are on religious or academic topics and I have a less than 200 posted articles, my earnings through Google Adsense and or HubPages had been lagging. But the past two months, my reads have soared (a record 1350 plus today alone)and my earnings have begun to increase dramatically as well.
I am happy to be a HubPage affiliate. Thank you HubPage for helping make a little extra cash.
Aarrgghh! You beat me to it! I'll break that quarter mil mark this year, though, and maybe even this month.
Congratulations; it's a goal I look forward to meeting.
Good stuff. I am just starting out so I have a long road ahead of me!
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