If you're lucky and choose the right topic so that you get reasonably ok traffic

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  1. suncat profile image60
    suncatposted 7 years ago

    If you're lucky and choose the right topic so that you get reasonably ok traffic how many adsense...

    If you're lucky and choose the right topic so that you get reasonably ok traffic how many adsense clicks can you expect a day from that hub?


  2. dablufox profile image57
    dablufoxposted 7 years ago

    I try and take luck right out of the equation were possible.

    This means doing thorough keyword, competition and niche research.

    the number of clicks is irrelevant for me, its rather the click through rate. If one of my clogs has an outstanding click through rate, then its justified to put more work into promoting it.

    The real trick comes from matching your content to your anticipated adsense modules, or vice versa.

  3. xrocker30 profile image75
    xrocker30posted 7 years ago

    "ok" traffic is a very vague term. What is "ok" traffic to you? If you answer this question you will get more responses and help.

  4. Susana S profile image97
    Susana Sposted 7 years ago

    The average amount of clicks you'll get is 1 or 2 per 100 visits. Some hubs will get more and some less, it depends a lot on the topic and the kind of searcher your topic targets.

  5. wychic profile image85
    wychicposted 7 years ago

    If you rely on luck, you'll be lucky to even see a 1% click-through or sales rate on your hubs. If you rely on sound market research and targeting, you should expect more of a 10%-20% conversion rate. I can guarantee that anyone who makes a living at this (myself included) doesn't just throw something out there and cross their fingers that it will work. This is not a get-rich-quick thing, but if you're willing to really put work into it then it really will reward you.

  6. 9javatar profile image60
    9javatarposted 7 years ago

    Before I knew about traffic and click through rates I wrote a post on my blog called Cannan City, straight off the back just because I wanted to share how much I loved this city. To date it is still the most successful post on my blog and gets the most views despite not using keywords etc etc!

    However the whole keyword thing is very tasking if you're doing it manually with google traffic estimator, unless you are using software which does all the work!.

    In essence if you manage to write/choose a captivating story/post and add some winning keywords you should be on to a winner and of course the best traffic is interactive traffic!


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