Today I went to my adsense account and browsed some reports. And what did I found out:
- I had adsense since October 2006 activated for a website I created... my average daily income from that moment until August 2008, time when I join hubpages was 0,03$
- After the date of my hubpages register, in only a 10 month period, my average daily income rose to 0,16$.
If you go percentages, it was more than 500% increase in adsense income!
Now, i'm no SEO expert or anything. I just create the hubs, share the links to my mail list and create 3 or 4 backlinks for the hubs I created.
I don't earn big bucks like some people here. But in 22 months I had 20 bucks and some changes in my adsense account and now I have almost 80$! A couple more months and I'll receive my first google payout!
So my advice for all you doubters out there is: hubpages work! But you need to work as well! Go write good hubs. Write about what you like, with passion. Make for an interesting read. Couple that with some SEO basic tecniques - thanks darkside, for all your wonderful hubs, that taught me a lot! - and you will make money!
Thanks for the report on your results Nanet. it is interesting to see the results of hubbers like yourself and your experience with hubpages.
Yes, thank you for sharing your results. It's clear that your working very hard and I'm glad that your seeing some success.
by apriyojit 5 years ago
If you apply for adsense through hubpages, that would be a hosted account. In order to use that adsense id on your blog, you need to submit that blog to google for verification. Once that is done, you will be able to use your adsense id on both sites. I think there would be separate calculations...
by Melanie Palen 8 years ago
I've not made any as of yet, but I pretty much just joined. It's nice to see visits from the search engines, though.. That's a good sign of income to come, right?So how much have you made from your Hubs with AdSense?
by RAJKISHOR SAHU 9 years ago
Hello all my hubbers, this new year 2010 brought drastic change in my Adsense revenue. I have noticed that from this month my Adsense income is not like as it used to be. I mean click vs. revenue. It suddenly changed, income reduced to almost 50-60%. Please help me.
by onlinecashdigest 6 years ago
Do you think the Hubpages Ad Program affects Adsense Income?
by Karen Wilton 8 years ago
I've been on here for 9 months and followed all the advice from the learning centre, forums and hubs from the best hubbers. I earned the first $24.00 in the first month and I'm only $1.00 ahead for the next eight. What am I doing wrong? All help will be greatfully received.
by Sondra Rochelle 8 months ago
So far this month my Adsense income has dropped almost in half. Is this happening to anybody else? Don't know why this would happen. Although it's a secondary income source, it was doing really well until now. Can't figure out what the problem might be.
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