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I Just Made My First $1000.00 Dollars With Google's AdSense!

Updated on March 11, 2012

Google Adsense

If I can make $1000.00 (one-thousand dollars) as a writer for hubpages.com, so can you.

Okay so I made one-thousand dollars with Google's Adsense program for August 2010 and you can bet I am super happy about my earnings. Each day my Adsense revenue totals around $40.00, some days I earn more and some days less. But the most I ever made in a single day with my hubs on Adsense was a whopping $159.00 (one hundred fifty-nine dollars). That's right, almost one-hundred sixty dollars in one day. I had 18,000 page views for my hubs that day and that was how I made $159.00.

The Internet, when it first became public, back in 1993, was known as the "information super highway", and today, it is still known by that name. With so many ways to access the Internet today, from cell phones, to your personal computer, and with so many ways to access the Internet for free such as local coffee shops and libraries, the number of Internet users has sky-rocketed since the year 2000. Billions of Internet users today are searching for information every second and the number one search engine that Internet users prefer to use is Google.

So how did I make $1000.00 dollars for August 2010? Simple! I used the power of mathematics. My hubs get a lot hits everyday, usually around 400 or more, and if you multiply all those readers by just one penny, I earn $40.00 (forty dollars). Not all of those Internet users reading my hubs will click on the ads but, using the power of mathematics to get Internet users to search for online content that relates to the information contained inside your hubs and actually read them is what counts. Just having readers click on your hubs doesn't work. They have to read your hubs. The more readers you have, the higher your chances are for a reader to click on the advertisement capsules that Google places into your hubs and that is where the money gets earned.

With the explosion of "smartphones" (cell phones that can access the Internet, take photos, store media, etc.) integrated with Google, cell phone users are accessing the Internet daily at a phenomenal rate. All those cell phone users looking for information online are your potential readers and those readers have the possibility of increasing your Google Adsense revenue.

The trick to making money with Google's Adsense Program is to attract as many readers to your hubs as possible by using the power of mathematics to multiply your earnings! It doesn't matter how many hubs you have published because if you don't have any readers, you don't make any money.

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      miakouna 6 years ago

      Great hub!

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      ssaffery 7 years ago from Los Angeles, California

      Mom Kat,

      Thank you. I'm glad I'm able to help fellow hubbers use the power of mathematics and multiplication to increase their earnings with Google Adsense. Just get more readers to read your hubs and you'll make $1000.00 dollars just like I did. Cheers to writing online and finally making money!

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      Mom Kat 7 years ago from USA

      Congrats! Now all I have to do is figure out how to get about 375 more readers to my hubs each day and I'll almost catch up to you :)

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