Just got my first adsense payment , very exciting indeed after years of working on my site making pennies and joining hubpages is what really pushed me over . Its even better when its USD to AUD
hip hip hooray hubpages
I had $12 before I joined HP. And I've been earning from both my (unlaunched) forum and hubpages since I joined here three weeks ago! It isn't much, but it's great to see *something*!
thanks, shreekrishna and everyday miracles, 44 hubs in 3 weeks is great stuff everyday miracles you should see an increase in your earnings as your hubs mature:)
I already am doing okay, Expectus A couple of them are doing most of the cents that I'm getting right now and I'm hoping that over time those that are more poorly performing will boost up a bit
Sounds good Everyday Miracles:) How do you figure out which of your hubs is generating you adsense clicks? is there something through google analytics?
Well done Expectus. Checking which hub earns what can be done through Adsense by using channels, as this hub explains.
I use Analytics to show me. The two can be tied together. It's less time-consuming than putting your channels in once you're used to it
Congratulations, expectus. I have been receiving payouts on Adsense for the past couple of years from other websites I have. However, since joining HubPages, I have noticed an increase in traffic and funds through Adsense.
I had about $65 before I joined hub and am hoping to cash in at the end of May : )
I should have made enough by next week to get my next payout
thanks all Happy Days, Linking your adsense and analytics is really useful just had a look at it then.
Goodluck to everyone reaching payout
Good to know it helped you! I can't believe I was one of the first to do it around here!
Lissie: Good for you! I'm too obsessive for that "passive income" thing going on though! I don't think I'll ever be fully satisfied with any of my hubs!
I'm obsessive too - about not working LMAO! I don't mind writing but I am not a real writer - I don't obsess - it gets me into trouble from time to time- but at the end of the day I have 50 sites to work on - no time for obsession!
I don't understand how you can do it. That's not full time, that's... Lifetime! LOL
I love what you write though -- I like that you're down to earth and very real. Whether you consider yourself a writer or not, your style is excellent for getting through to people (without being offensive about it).
Whether I enjoy writing or not (and right now I am), I am a writer -- which means I obsess
Oh shucks blush. My secret is no secret I outsource writing to others and I use software to speed up my ability to create links - no I don't spam but I take shortcuts. All my public blogs and my hubs are written by me but a lot of my boring little niches aren't - often because I know little about the topic and couldn't care less about it - except for the $$ :-)
I can assure you some people find me offensive - but that's OK, one does eventually you can't please all of the people all of the time :-) I spent years in business, writing reports which weren't supposed to offend anyone - I hated it - when I started online I didn't worry about my "brand" or my "unique selling point" - I was just me - I figured it wouldn't be too bad a thing to be, and I saw people like Mark Knowles and others doing it very successfully - there are an awful lot of real people are really sick of "management speak" and the "dont offend anyone" school of blogging, not to mention the worryingly "criticize nothing cause they may sue" school.
I just had my first $100 plus month with Adsense :-) It takes a while but you'll get there in the end people - and remember some of that money is from hubs I haven't touched for a year - I love passive income!
Miracle i also linked adsense and analytic but nt able to get how to check earnings in analytic. If you can make a hub over it. Will be useful.
I will try, aniketgore! It's not simple and I'm still getting accustomed to it myself! I'm surprised there isn't a hub about this already! I *can't* be the only one doing it!
thanks sandman:) adsense with analytics is really great, it can give you a rundown on your best earning hubs and everything:)
when your in analytics, click view report into your hubpages channel then on the content review section, click view report
on the left hand side you shoudl see adsense , click that and then overview, and there u have it:)
Congratulations! I had an adsense account before joining hubpages and made my first payout in around 8 months. Presently, HubPages accounts for around 50% of my earnings on adsense every month.
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