How many views must by Hub have before i start making money?
One. But the average is probably between $2 and $5 per 1000 views.
thats quite a bit, do you find its hard to get to that point?
First you must have a Google Adsence account. Then payment varies. You may get as much as 25 cents a day for 400-450 page views per day. To increase your page views and in turn your earnings, you need to promote your hubs on places like Facebook, pinterest, and places other than HubPages.
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