Yesterday I just reached my first $50 in my account from Hub Pages Ad Program (Ad program + eBay), and hope I will receive y first payment next month.
It took 3 month and 13 days to reach this threshold after publishing my first hub, exited about my first ever online earning.
Congratulations-I wish someone would let me in on the secret formula lol. I write interesting hubs that frankly garner very little traffic hence I make very little profit. I have tried several (ok- many) suggestions from hub tutorials and fellow hub-writers and have seen a slight increase in traffic but not much. Hub.com is not my primary income and what I have learned here has been profitable only not in a dollar and cents way. You should be proud of your ability to make money in 3 months it is a good indication that you should do well here. I myself haven't seen $50.00 in over 13 months of being a part of the hub community. Lack of consistency may be my dilemma-so just keep putting good work out there.
Thanks Laura for your congratulation. Actually there is no secret behind it but because of previous experience and involvement with search engines. But the important thing is the aim behind writing here.
I write here because it feel me better when I see my work on top of Google search, I work a lot for that and somehow succeeded also.
More traffic and page view deliver more earnings. Your articles are very interesting but if you just what people type in search engine to find information about your topic and using those words even in your title only can improve your traffic a bit and your interesting writing may reach to more people who really are searching for it.
Congratulations, mcxniftycalls! So far I've earned $1.94, lol. I've got to carve out some time for my "mcxniftycalls" course of study on SEO,etc.
It is always fantastic to read about people earning money by writing here. Well done to you.
Ha Ha! there is no actual "mcxniftycalls" course but just a research and choosing topics and finding what people search most on internet that's all. And it is great to have $1.9 with just 4 hubs.
Just keep writing whenever get free time, you will improve automatically but as I can understand you write here for interest and not for money.
I wish you best luck, please don't hesitate if can help you in any way. Always here for you. Thanks again.
Thanks Missy and do remember to share when you receive your 1st payout.
Awesome! Congratulations in reaching payout in such a short time, mcxniftycalls. It took me six months to get my first cheque from Adsense... we didn't have the Ad Program two years ago.
More success to you here on Hubpages. Happy hubbing!
Congratulations! I've been looking at $0.01 earnings for the last few weeks...until today, where it miraculously jumped to $0.14. Yay! lol. Go me! I'm pretty new here, though, so I haven't quite got the hang of things. I write for other sites, and it's just....well...different, I guess. I have content on YCN and Examiner (being my primary income maker), but HubPages are taking some getting used to for me. I don't want to give up just yet. I just need to find my 'swing'.
Thanks C_MarieWeber! Keep writing don't see earnings till you publish at least 30 good quality hubs. You will see earnings increasing every month..!!
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