Is there a way to determine which hubs are generating money?
I would like to know so I can either delete or attempt to improve the ones that are not doing me any good. I know which ones get more views, but I also know that doesn't mean more money.
I do not believe you can see weather an individual is actually making money with their hubs. You can use their hubscore to determine the level of activity and participation in the hubpages community. The more you participate the more view you get and the more money you can make with AdSense or Amazon. There are many other ways you can promote products with hubpages by adding links to your blog or other sites you may own.
by Jonathan Cooper7 months ago
I attempt to try my best to improve my traffic and increase my earnings of Google Adsense, but it seems that I can still earn only a little per day. Do you have any tip and suggestion on how to get more traffic for your...
by thefedorows2 years ago
What can I do to earn more money on Hubpages? Advice for a newbie.As a new hubber, I have a lot to learn! From your experience, what have you found draws more traffic to your hubs? Please share your 3 best...
by Jennifer Mullett6 years ago
How many hubs did you write before you started generating income?
by Katie Sheridan6 years ago
Is there a definitive and comprehensive article, or series of articles, for beginners that explains all aspects of how to get lots of traffic to hubs, not just one aspect of it? One that defines and explains its terms...
by Robin Edmondson4 years ago
Hello Hubbers. We are very excited to announce a week long challenge. Check out our Blog post for more information! Good luck!
by Audrey Hunt5 years ago
I've been here almost 3 yrs and would like an honest evaluation of some of my hubs. I'm concerned about my low hubscore. I continually study hubs at the learning center, participate in forums, comment on...
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