What is your average AdSense earning per each 50 articles?
I am putting some stats together (building projections) and would appreciate if you help me to collect some data.
So, here is what i would like to calculate. If my writer Hubscore will be 75+ but i will not build external traffic to new articles... Then in average what my earnings (from AdSense only for now) could be? I know it "depends", but I would appreciate YOUR personal example, if you care to share.
This will vary a lot from hubber to hubber, article to article. Marketing and backlinks will also play a role in it. Secondly, I can not answer your question as I have agreed to Google's TOS of not disclosing any statistics of Adsense to others.
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