Should I sign up for Google Ads now with just one post or wait?
It's best to have an established presence and some credible traffic history before you try to sign up with AdSense.
If you do not have an adsense account there is no point in signing up until you have a site they will approve and can show some traffic. If you sign up too early then you will get rejected and have to reapply... thus wasting your time.
There is not one general rule of thumb as to how much traffic is enough to sign up. But there is little point in having an account with low traffic because you will only make pennies.
The average webmaster makes $50 a month with Adsense. The average clickthrough is 1-2%.
So if you are new and only have 100 impressions a day on average you may get 1 or 2 clicks that pay a few pennies each.
If you have a lot of high quality traffic your payout goes up. Depends on niche as well.
But Google will determine what is high quality and what is not. And new accounts need to be "seasoned". So get some good traffic then sign up as soon as you have it.
by Pamela Lipscomb 5 years ago
I was kind of frustrated with my earning for a while. Since last Feb as a matter of fact. Last month I decided to block Google certified ads and my earnings a up 100 last month. I would be really interested to know how this works for other as well. I also blocked...
by Bible Studies 7 years ago
I got into an interesting discussion on another thread, and thought it would make a good thread itself. The question of the day is how do you feel about other hubbers clicking on an ad in your hubs?Personally I really don't see a problem with it as long as the ad interests them from a good quality...
by Andrew 9 years ago
I was refraining about talking about this but it really is bad. Last month with adsense was my most profitable month, but this month so far I got 3 clicks...What could have made this change?-New Hubpages Layout?-April 1st Conflicker Virus? I was thinking these two things can't be so harmful to my...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 2 years ago
If we turn off HubPages Ads and replace them with one Amazon Ad would our ability to earn decent money be compromised? Would we still earn from Adsense? Could someone please explain the different scenario's to me so that I can better judge and understand which option is better for...
by Paul Goodman 7 years ago
Is it better to earn incrementaly, 40 cents a day, or turn off the HP ads and enter the Adsense lottery, where you might get a zero or a $5 click?One is more sensible and the other more exciting, methinks! ;-)
by Dr. John Anderson 7 years ago
I think it is related to images being used for the HUB ads and Google ads. When I turned off the Hub ads my adsense revenue rose significantly. I think it is because the block of adsense ads to the right of the column of text below the title returned to text based rather than image based. I think...
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