and I never made a single penny from hubpages! Thank you. Thank you very much.
Oh wait, shouldn't hubpages be thanking me?
Dang! And here I was celebrating hitting 5k pageviews with my 50th hub, lol. Congrats, dude!
Holey Moley ! 175,000 views and no money?
I warned you to keep away from hip hop
'Tis the work of the devil...........
I guess so. Volume 16 in the sample series comes out today and for the first time I was wondering if i should even bother with making a hub. No one on hubpages likes hip-hop!
Okay, one person does.
Re: the money. I'm disappointed about the lack of cash but hey, I never had the discipline to change my ways. All the advice I got about how to make money here led to boredom and lack of inspiration so.....fuc&it!
Made my bed, lying in it.
dj, you should plug that adsense code into your account. You'll be a millionaire* in no time!
* millionaire in terms of "yen" not US dollars.
If your Hub brought AdSense a lot of impressions but no clicks, I can see that as being a reason they deactivated you.
Suffice to say, your declaration of creative output vs monetary return makes me feel really good about what I do here.
Have you ever considered looking at your stats and formulating a more profitable type of Hub you could create?
I'm puzzled. Why was AdSense shut off, and did you follow up with that with Google? At the number of hits you've had, if I had them, I'd be, well, not in seventh heaven, but at least on my way.
by xeniba 10 years ago
like what the hell my hub http://hubpages.com/hub/29TwinkRogueGuide has in 1 day 50 views7 days 525 views 30 days 2009 viesever 4779 views and yet i have no income from it, what is going on plz help me?!
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