How can do I get more clicks on my google adsense ads?
I'm gettin a lot of views but no clicks. How long will it take for me to generate money.
For one thing, it may be that no one is clicking on the ads. Fellow hubbers are especially careful not to click on google ads. For another thing, it is simply the luck of the draw as to who is getting credit for the ad being displayed (ie you or hubpages, as their ads are displayed 40% of the time, remember?).
You can kind of market your article on other websites that cater to the people your article might be appreciated by. Just find the forums and post links in answer to people's questions.
Hope it helps!
I don't know what "lots of views" means to you. But, depending on the Hub you could get zilch to maybe 5% clicks.
And, to get clicks, the person coming to your Hub has had to be motivated to search for you, not just another curious Hubber. That usually means through Google, not fans.
So, your hubs have to be commercial (product or money making related).
See my profile and look for the Courtney link for more details.
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