I am using AdSense for over a year now but i am not satisfied with my earnings. I am getting 50-100$ per month which is obviously not good.
What do you guys think about AdSense earnings?
I have been here 8 months and havent even reached payout yet, I would be quite happy with $100 per month lol
Three days ago, you posted this question in the Answer section, saying you can't even get approved by AdSense, http://hubpages.com/question/62613/how- … proving-my
You had several Hubs at that time, and now they appear to have been flagged and unpublished. The one you have created since them appears to be low-quality as well.
I think this question is completely bogus.
We can't do it.
But we can't do it together.
At least you are making $50-$100 a month which is good for me.. I just reach $26 with Adsense and I have been with them for over 2 years, so I would say that is good for you. The only thing I can suggest and it is what I am doing, make more hubs on Hubpages,use the keyword tool, and write about things that are engaging for people to read..
Did you do a search on this topic? There are many hubbers (I'm not one of them) who have written excellent hubs on how to earn more money here.
I just looked at your one and only hub - photo galleries of sexy women - the prevailing wisdom at HP is that these kinds of hubs usually produce traffic and not much money.
And I see from your hubtivity, that you asked a similar question a few days ago. Again - do some research here, there's a lot of info that you can learn from.
If you don't want to answer his question then don't answer his question, simple. No need to give him a dressing down just to make yourself feel bigger.
As for the OP, Adsense earnings are good overall, though not so good from HP which performs worse for me than any other platform I use, but HP does well for me with EPN (eBay), so I stick around.
How are you using it with eBay... Might be a crazy question, but calling myself a newbie is an understatement!
Not a crazy question at all. But unfortunately eBay (eBay Partner Network) their affiliate program is very difficult to get into these days, and pretty much impossible via HubPages (still possible if you have your own website/domain).
I was lucky to have signed up just before they started making it very difficult to join.
Their site is here for more info or to try and apply: https://www.ebaypartnernetwork.com
Amazon is easier to sign up to if you haven't already, and while I don't personally do great with Amazon, many people do.
Welcome, and best of luck.
* and as for the OP, I suspect that there are at least five people in this thread who are already making over a $1000 a month from Adsense.
As nelle says, go out and do your research, there is plenty of help here with hundreds of good hubs on the subject... but you will have to get off your asofa and do some work!!
I stand corrected. I didn't realize we were supposed to run a full background check on our fellow hubbers by snooping through their past week of hubtivity, etc. before answering their questions.
What do you mean "snooping?" I was one of the people who posted an answer to the OP's Answer section question.
Fair enough. However you did still feel the need to expose him publicly for 'crimes' that he may or may not have committed.
Seeing as we're all playing amateur detective is it not possible that his hubs were not flagged/unpublished, but that he removed them voluntarily after being told that they were below par?
And is it also not possible that the OP may indeed have an Adsense account that he uses elsewhere, but that he was under the impression that he required a new/separate account for use with HP?
Innocent until proven guilty, and I see no evidence of guilt, only evidence of assumption.
I've had Adsense for seven years.
It's nice extra money. I can't live on it, but it pays the mortgage and the car payment and a little more.
I have no complaints.
Wow, your and Mrvoodoo's blogs are very inspiring! ok, I'm sticking around as well.
wow .. it was very good, I can not wait to get paid well
Pcunix, thats amazing that u can pay your mortgage and car note with adsense. You inspire us hubbers.
I'm in company with liljen23. I've been using Adsense for three years . . . and this month is my highest ever and I'm going to hit almost $40. I'm aiming for $100 a month starting in August. Why has it been low for me? Partly because there were stretches of 6 to 7 months when I didn't write any content! Other reasons include learning in the past year how to do keyword research, promote, etc.
Thankfully, no one can ever accuse me of being a fast learner!!!
This is my first month of having Adsense. I am trying to learn how to earn money using it. I am glad someone on this thread posted about the keywords. I have been trying hard to write Hubs that have great content for better ads, and that people will want to learn more so perhaps they will click on ads that match up well with my work. I am trying to write Hubs that will bring more readers through searches etc. I truly need this to be a $100 per month job if possible, I would love more, but I am realistic. I have made a little bit towards my payout, but I am not sure I will make payout for awhile yet. Would appreciate ANY advice. Thank you.
I beat the $1000 monthly mark with my network, a lot of which is from Hubpages. I make more from Amazon than Adsense though,
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