I have searched the forums to see if anyone has posted this question and many of the answers similar to this question were answered in early 2012 or late 2011. So, I'm assuming that the answers have changed.
What is your monthly income on hubpages?
Last I checked it was somewhere between "Doodly" and "squat."
The odds are you will not get very specific answers because 1) The TOS ask us not to disclose specifics and 2) those that disclose high earnings get their work lifted, copied, spun etc.
Enough to make threshold.
Not enough for a really good concert seat.
Enough to pay my internet bill, not enough to pay my car payment.
Before my subdomain got slapped by Penguin in April 2012, I used to earn $300+ from HPAds, Adsense and Amazon. After Penguin, my traffic and earnings dropped by almost 60%.
I used to get paychecks from Adsense every two months. Then, HP changed the site's layout in the summer of 2012, putting the ONE AND ONLY Google Ad at the bottom of the page. That killed my Adsense earnings. I'd be lucky to get reach payout ($100) within 2013. That sucks big time.
Now, although I'm making HPAds payout every month, my total monthly income from HP and its affiliates barely reach $100, except during Christmas (Nov. and Dec) when earnings are way up due to Amazon referral fees.
Most of my hubs were written during my first six months here on Hubpages and I've not written a single hub since April 2012. So, although my income is way down, I'm still happy and grateful to Hubpages for earning a hundred dollars a month on passive income.
Best wishes to you,
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