I know there's no precise number, but how many views do you think you'd have to get per day on the HubPages earning program to reach Google Adsense payout every month? I remember getting a check from Adsense the same month as a HP payment back in 2011 when I was writing hardcore and getting significant amounts of traffic.
I'm wondering how many hubbers reach Adsense payout every month even though they use HP program? I'm assuming you'd need an astronomical amount of views per day like 10,000 - 15,000.
If you are using the HP ad program, your Adsense payments are miniscule and barely worth counting unless you have your own site/s as well. I recently switched to Adsense only and am very happy
Not that I make enough to tell you for certain, but judging from what I do make, a rough estimate, I would think it's possible with about 12,500 views a day. I could be wrong, but that seems possible to me.
It's my understanding that Adsense earnings are dependent upon clicks not views. When you opt for the HP ad program, there are fewer Adsense adverts on your hubs. When you switch to direct Adsense, there are more.
Yes, which is why I use the HP program instead of adsense primarily. I feel like using adsense is a bit more of a gamble on here for me.
by Filip Stojkovski 11 months ago
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by GlenR 5 weeks ago
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by Dale Mazurek 8 years ago
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by Nathan Bernardo 21 months ago
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