How do I find which of my own blog posts earn the most ad revenue? I'm trying to find out the blog posts that is earning the most so that I can optimize it and boost earning potential.
If you go to your Earnings Reports and then click on Amazon reports, you can see which products people are buying. It won't tell you exactly which posts these sales come from, but should give you some hint about that. For example, if someone buys a certain book I'm advertising, I can pretty much tell which hub that ad came from.
You don't have any blog posts on HubPages. HubPages is not a blog. It's best to avoid using that term because people will think you are talking about somewhere else. You write Hubs, or articles, on HubPages.
If you are on the HP Earnings Program, you are being paid per view. So knowing which Hubs are earning best is simple - the ones with the most views are getting the most income.
by Trudy Cooper23 months ago
Please tell me what the difference is between writing a blog and writing a HubPage? If any?
by MistHaven6 years ago
I already write for eHow and Hub Pages, but I'm looking for another, similar site to write for in order to reach my personal income goal.Any sugguestions? What sites do you recommend?
by pgrundy8 years ago
Is Google mad at me? I don't think I've ever had a 0 cents day. How would I know if I've offended the Google gods?
by sunforged8 years ago
As someone who doesnt mind getting a taste of ad revenue one day -whats up with the huge right column of unused ad space that would give returns on impressions!In truth, readers are already trained not to pay attention...
by Ray18 months ago
Curious: Do you have multiple accounts, because your profile shows 68 hubs. I took a lot of mine and moved them. I let what I have left sit til it goes idle then I take remove it. I have over 80 articles, new ones, that...
by JR Scarbrough MFA3 years ago
Hey Hubbers! I’d thought I’d share something for those who are new to trying to earn money from writing articles here on Hub. This information isn’t solely about HubPages, but is helpful when running any website...
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