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I do check daily but thinking to reduce it to 2 days. What about you?
I check on it once a week as this leaves me with more time to do other more important things, all of my channels are there to track everything so it's all a point of checking weekly to see what clicks and impressions I have gained from what sites.
I used to check it every five minutes, but I soon got fed up of this, so I made it a conscious decision to work on other things that was more productive and the main thing was content creation.
I used to check every half an hour when I am in Net. I found there will be some changes in my earnings whenever i check...
I usually check once in the morning and once at the end of the day.
check 'em every 25 years. i can make huge amount of money that way
I usually check mine every week, at least. Sometimes closer to about 5 days. Sadly, not earning very much. Oh well!
Thanks for the replies. At least their are many like me who check it daily.
At Least you are getting in cents i get it in 00000000$.
I have one that Hubpages tells me is $$$$$. No revenue from it yet. It's a geographic hub about a place I'd love to visit: Brazil. My guess is that travel hubs do well with Adsense
Daily. I also check my accounts at Commission Juncton and ShareaSale daily. I like to check.
I check my adsense earnings alot. I find the impression data very useful. The more I can understand the way my webpages, hubpages, and blogs attract visitors, the more targeted I can get.
I love to watch the map in google analytics too. It's fun to watch as my visitors wake up across America. First the east coast, Mid West and cheers for the populous California and Texas.
I check mine daily, I should use that time to SEO my sites better but I like to see that I am making money daily
I check my Adsense several times a day. I also have a little program running in my taskbar called SysSense. You can set this to check your Adsense at intervals such as every 5 mins, then it pops up and tells you your daily/monthly total. When I first started with Adsense I set it to make a Kerching! sound whenever the amount changed, but that would be way too annoying now.
When I started back in 2006 with Adsense I had my Adsense account page open and I always kept clicking refresh to see if I had earn anything.
For beginners that is normal.
But now a days Adsense is awful so I do not even bother checking. At rough I touch 200-300 a day, not sure how much of that comes from HubPages though as I do write a lot here.
I think if you are just writing for HubPages and then considering how much you can earn from Adsense then you should write about topics that are likely to show high paying ads.
For example, you can make a lot more if you do product reviews. Because people running those ads are paying more than $5-10 to google. In some cases will over $50, because in return they make a lot more. For example if you are doing Iphone reviews you know the person running those ads are talking about Iphone so any ads related to selling iphone will bring you better clicks even if Hubpages keep a % of it..
just a tip..
just once a week... i'm kinda slow in generating clicks...
Whoo hoo I checked and its up to a whole $6.44 ...but it still sucks
Great Post. I learned about two writing sites and a Google Adsense Tool. Also info about monetization with product reviews were great also.
I have a routine each week day morning:
Check Google Email Account
Check Yahoo Email Account
Check Earnings on eHow
Check Number of total visitors to all hubs combined
Check Number of Hubpages written
Update Profile with prior two data
Check for Broken Links
Check Affiliate Settings for Google Adsense Earnings
Check Amazon earnings
Check eBay earnings
Read about Hubbers and Hubs respond with comments
Visit Forum for responses under any replies I made
Write relevant articles on Hubpages keeping in mind goal of 520
Write relevant articles on eHow, moderator of group Share the Web
Repeat the following morning resolving to write more content and update topics for more visitors. Google likes it when I write relevant content daily and I like when my fans increase because of my interaction with their hubs.
Weekends off unless I want to distribute hubpages to social media networking sites. Works fine.
When I am getting close to a payout, like now. I check it every day.
I check mine many times a day--even though there's nothing there. I'm new and anxious.
Anybody has a miracle grow for this retarded cent tree?
Hey, everybody is talking about how little they make. I am a complete beginner and I have generated over 100 pageviews and 20 .50 cent clicks. The key is to start a blog on www.blogger.com
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your hub sucks....people are clicking away cuz their is nothing worth reading, lol
Be fair, not everyone gets the hang of hubpages on the first shot.
but, if you think about it, if one is strictly trying to just get in get out and make some money... targeted keywords and bulk content for SE placement, but no substance does do well for adsense. Though I don't think the author actually intended for that.
i check once a day, but have yet to have any money in them, i don't think anybody's clicking on my ads, or i don't have enough visits, so fell free to enter my sites http://hubpages.com/profile/Klniksta
If you are only getting $.01 then you are smartpriced. You might have adsense on some sites that aren't good and then all of your adsense clicks will only be worth $.01, so take adsense off sites like that and then your other sites will earn more per click.
I still check my adsense earning several times a day. It's fun to see dollars magically appear in my account.
I do have a couple of website generating adsense earnings but I think hubpages can bring a lot of clicks if you know what you're doing.
I check my AdSense earnings twice a day. Once when I wake up and begin work for the day, and right before I go to bed to see how what I did during the day affected my earnings.
I check a few times in a day. Sometimes I get some a few days in a row and then nothing for a bit. Its like a rollercoaster ride with mine.
I check my Adsense earnings and Analytics everyday before going to bed.
I think a more suitable question is how often do you not check adsense earnings
I check mine way to frequently! If I could check my adsense earnings from my blackberry, I'd be all set. If anyone could tell me of a program for my blackberry that could somehow do this; I'd love you forever!
Oh, and I also just installed that SysSense program that someone was talking about on here. I hear the "Ka-Ching!" noise everytime I earn money...it's going to get annoying eventually, but for now, I love it!
Does anyone know if there is a similar program to SysSense for linux?
Some programs available for Firefox also to check adsense earnings automatically.
Does anyone know if there are any issues with using Syssense? Is it against Adsense's terms of conditions? Also is it ok to give out my Adsense details to a thrid party (i'm assuming this is how it works) and also what are teh security risks associated with this?
I check mine at least twice a week but not daily.i still earn in cents. sh*t!!!
Sometimes daily. Sometimes every few days. Sometimes twice a day (morning then night). All depends on when I think about it, and if I can remember when the last time I checked was and what my earnings were the last time.
Usually, once I reach $100, the frequency at which I check is lessened to a few times a week. Then towards the end of the month (generally the last few days), I will check daily to see if I've reached my goal. I finally reached it last month; I've been lingering closer and closer for the past few months.
I don't worry about it that much. I maybe check them once a week or so. I have way too many other things to be doing! LOL
well is do check that out from your inside Google adsense account,?well with my 5 new articles I got increse $1 I dont know whether it is from my hubpages ,my own site or flixya.I need to deactivated 1 I think to check where the revenue come from
You would be best just to set up channels etc as shown here: http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Set-Up-Adsense-Channels
Non-stop, I'm addicted, Have you heard of 'G.A.S.S' (Google Adsense Stats Syndrome).
http://hubpages.com/hub/Adsense-Addict- … ous-Google
Mrvoodoo - Why, yes! I was just diagnosed with this two days ago. Glad to know I'm not the only sufferer out there!
I finally figured out how to view my adsense earnings on my blackberry smartphone, so now I'm in real trouble! (For those of you that'd like to do this, download the Opera mini-browser....it'll allow you to access adsense, unlike the regular blackberry browser)
I just turned off Kontera a few days ago after realizing that their ad links do not open up in a new window. (Adsense ads do). If a viewer clicks on a Kontera ad, they won't have a chance to click on your higher paying adsense ads, because they'll be on a new page.
Ever since I turned Kontera off, I've been earning an extra .50 cents a day from adsense...not sure if it's coincidence, but so far I'm glad I turned Kontera off.
At the moment I check once or twice a week. If I earn a reasonable amount then that will probably increase to 4 times a week.
Adsense still down for maintenance, getting twitchy now grrrrrrr!
My other affiliate accounts I check daily, but I probably only check Adsense a couple of times a week... or when someone reminds me. Like now, I'm checking it right now *g*
I check it once a week. The figure is more or less the same, + - 10% at most.
by Dale Mazurek8 years ago
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by Pamela Lipscomb7 years ago
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by John Coviello4 years ago
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by eliteweb10 years ago
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