Can anybody explain me what the following lines mean?
Revenue Potential: $$$$$
Incoming Links: ∗
I've seen this in my stats for each hub but I don't understand what they stand for.
Someone asked this question yesterday.
The Revenue potential means what it says. It is the amount of money your hub has the potential to earn. The more dollar signs the more money it can potential earn.
Incoming links are just that...incoming links from another site to your hubs.
thank you very much for your answer.
I have another question. How can I know if I have earned something and when? Thx
All you have to do is set up url link into your adsense account. Then, you can view if you have earned some cents or $$$. good luck!!!
revenue potential of a particular hub is determined by HP software based on keywords used in the title and body of the article. few keywords have high click values and based on these the earning potential of the hub is determined but it's only suggestive in nature. One $ sign means less revenue potential and $$$$$ means maximum potential. Incoming links are the inbound links thatwill bring traffic to your hub if clicked.
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