I wrote a few articles that I posted and earned ad earnings (Ad Earnings Only). I'm thinking about increasing my earning potential in 2016 with more informational articles: (health, recipes, how to's, and etc.). I'm also thinking about adding Amazon and Google Adsense. However, I haven't posted since May of 2015. But, I'm still earning from ads. It's not much, only $[snipped] in 2015 from the Ad Program. Do you think it's worth the time and effort to start back writing quality articles (on various subjects) to increase my Ad revenue, Amazon and Google Adsense?
Google pretty much ignores health articles from anybody but medical websites. Recipes don't seem to do that well either, not to mention they aren't protected by copyright when stolen.
Btw, I perused your hubs and noticed your traffic accolade. Could you put in a good word for me upstairs?
And 992 comments on that one hub isn't bad either.
Recipes have been doing well for me if they aren't about common things (like my snickerdoodle cookies) if I just post them on Pinterest with good photos. Nothing like that does well on Google anymore, but Pinterest does give good traffic.
I say, yes, it's worth it. Especially the HP Ad Program. If you can get some fairly decent traffic, you can keep earning long after the writing work is done.
VERY worth it..
I am earning a full time living from Adsense, Amazon and other earning streams online... and if I can do it with my terrible writing then anyone can...
...but to be fair, LeanMan, HubPages is not one of your main income sources.
That is wonderful ..making a living..well done!
by Jean Bakula 8 years ago
I seem to have come to HP just before all the changes. I have put in almost F/T hours on the days I write my hubs. I've read whole books, not only the ones I review, but for material for my hubs. I think what I write is well written and informative. I kept hoping as I got more readers, the money...
by Shadaan Alam 3 years ago
Well, no doubt google adsense is one of the best in terms of earning revenue from hubpages. However, i have only been earning cents at adsense!! That's so bad. I desperately need help from fellow hubbers, what should i do to increase my earnings
by Ponx 8 years ago
I am a little confused here. What does "Estimated Earnings" mean in Google Adsense? And what is my actual earning in that case and where can I see it?
by Faheem Sameer 3 months ago
Hi Guys, i have three featured article but i have zero earning report. Could someone help me what is happening?
by Salma Hassaballa 2 years ago
Hi Hubbers, I have signed up for Google AdSense program a month ago, and I have received the following text in my Google Adsense homepage:We are working on connecting your site"This usually takes up to 3 days, but in some cases, it can take a bit longer. We'll email you when...
by Eileen Hughes 5 years ago
I have deleted my adsense account myself. And was just wondering if I can still earn money on hubpages with my amazon. Thanks
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