If a hubber is earning 1 cent /day how many days does it require to earn 100$?
That answer to that seems self-evident: how many cents are in a hundred dollars?
We can help you figure this math problem out.
Lets' see, there are 365 days in a year.
Where is my calculator?
And 10,000ȼ make $100.
He/she needs 10,000 days (27.4 years) to earn that amount.
Can't believe it!
I think my calculation is wrong!
LOL! Oh my God! I´m bad in math. When I think of it, it will be a life long struggle in Hubpages. Good gracious!
It's dependent on traffic.
With an average CPM of $2, a hubber would need approx. 50,000 unique views to earn $100. Hubpages isn't the best way to earn ad revenue and if you're here for profit then perhaps you should explore alternatives such as starting your own blog.
There are a lot of other variables including topics, cpc, etc.
You need to write more to make $100. 1 cent a day is very small.
If you're just using AdSense (i.e. not the HP earnings program), I've created a helpful hub and calculator so that you can work out exactly how many visitors you need, based on cost-per-click, click-through rate and a few other factors.
You can find a link on my profile page to: Money From AdSense - Calculate How Many Visitors You Need.
I can tell you it is NOT the amount of hubs. It is all about CONTENT. I have 30 featured hubs and do better than many with 400-500 hubs. My largest monthly payout, without being specific since that is against the rules, has been just shy of $700.00. Yes, with only 30 featured hubs! It's all about the content, and how well you know search engine optimization.
Wow, good for you! That is awesome.
I do not know SEO at all. I try reading about it, but it seems to just come down to picking keywords that get a lot of hits, and honestly reflect your content. There are articles about SEO everywhere, but they all seem pretty much the same.
Do you have any particular recommendations for simple, easy resources about SEO?
Thanks again, and congratulations.
Thanks members, there is a typo in the question, it's How many instead of may - excuse for that!
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