Why is nobody clicking on google adsense at my hubs?
I have 7 hubs and had 86 visitors so far in 2 days. But i have no income with adsense. What am i doing wrong?
First, it is purely a matter of luck, be patient and things will be better soon. Second try to re-arrange certain elements with in your hub to adjust the position of displayed adds so that they become more prominent and appealing.
dear alex, you've joined hubpages 3 days ago and expecting to have income from adsense in such a short period. It takes 2-3 months to have few regular clicks on the ads by the visitors. Most of your 86 visitors are likely to be from hubpages and most of hubbers seldom clicks on ads displayed on other hubbers. Most of the clicks come from visitors brought by search engines. When yours hubs have sufficient visitors from outside the hubpages, you can expect sufficient no. of clicks on the ads. In most cases it takes about 6months to have some regular income. Don't loose patience, work hard, read about targeted traffic, publish relevant and original hubs. You're not doing any thing wrong. It's just matter of time and hard work. Good luck.
Patience is a Virtue my friend. Try to get some backlinks to your hubs and increase traffic. Also you need to be cleaver with ad placement.
People don't click on adsense much anymore. You're going to have to get a lot more traffic than 86 visits. Try 15,000 in a month.
Persistance. If you want to win money here, you must be persistant. Write good articles and as much as you can, but normally only a few months after you´ll start winning something.
If you truly want to succeed with Google Adsense you must be in it for the long run. Don't think you are going to generate massive income over night. It does not work that way and if it did everyone would be doing it.
Have passion about your adventure online. Also, understand creating an online presence takes time and patience.
I was where you are a while back. All I can say is don't give up. Take breaks to regroup but don't give up.
Take the time to visit my website. Since I have created this website AND use Hubpages.com I have learned how to earn $3.00 to $5.00 per day and my income increases each month.
I hope my website can help you understand how to increase your earnings and help you understand how Google Adsense "CAN" work in your favor.
Have a great day.
I did not make money with adsense for some time but I do now. It takes time. Keep trying to make hubpages. More than one is good. Check out what subjects or research people want done.
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