Am asking this question to rate how am doing, how many pages view in a day would make you earn money from adsense
It all depends on your content.
Some people can make decent money with 1000 views a day, some people need 10,000 views a day to earn a decent amount.
It all depends on your content and how much your keywords pay.
Great girly_girl09, then I have to do a lot exposure on my hubpages, again I appreciate you recommendation on how to get more traffic which I have started implementing and see some positive result
is there anybody who received 1000 views a day???? i have approx 70 hubs and this morning suddenly it reached thousand views. am i performing bad?
I agree I just got 1000 yesterday 51 hubs, but that was my first month. Even though I get about 10 - 20 on my best hub, otherwise about 2 or 3.
Am I doing bad for my first month?
1,000 views with 51 hubs is great, especially in the first month. I have 106 and get an average of 10 a day, but around 25 of mine (my first, un-researched hubs published) barely get any views, at all.
please answer me........how about marketing the hub links?
Girly_girl, what would you call a decent amount?
I get around 1,000 views a day on HP right now....(this really equals out to 600 views as hubpages gets their ads for 400 of the views).
So for 600 views a day, I'm really happy with my earnings and CTR. It all depends on your topics and keyword choices. The more targeted your traffic, the more earnings you are likely to receive. Someone may be able to earn the same as me with 300 views a day, if they have really high-paying, well ranking hubs. Likewise, it may take someone 4x the amount of views to earn the same amount. It all varies.
Instead of writing a hub on vacations in florida, write a hub on family vacations in florida, or get even more specfic (if there is enough demand) and do family vacations in orlando, florida. Obviously, these topics have major competition, but the better you target, you will have better ads for your readers to click on.
google.com/keywords should be your best friend if you're looking to make money online. You must research your keywords...always!
I got that tip from reading one of your hubs. My keyword research has improved considerably, and i dont start writing without first consulting google keywords. And i havent looked back since then.
Thank you GG.
I used to think so but now I don't know if that is what works. For one hub of mine, I got almost 12,000 page views in a week, which was totally unexpected. Still it did not affect my adsense at all.
It all depends how targeted your ads are and if you have a topic where people are looking for info. If the ads aren't very relevant to your topic (which can happen sometimes), your CTR will be much lower. Whenever I write a hub, I enter the main keyword phrase into google search. If a bunch of ads come up on the search results page that are related to my keywords, I go with the topic, because I can assume that relevant keywords will be displayed on the article I write.
If I write a hub about printer reviews, the hub may display all sorts of ads about printers that aren't relevant to my visitors' needs. I might be reviewing printers for home use, but instead, ads might be displaying for business printers or printing companies or printer repair. I can get all the traffic in the world, but many of my readers wouldn't be interested in those irrelevant ads.
This is why researching keywords is so important.
There is no required minimum amount of page views for adsense earning. (Although if you get atleast 1000 piews per day from search engines then it is ok)
Earning from adsense depends on the behaviour of the visitors you get. The more you get new internet users to your pages, there are more chances of better earning. This is because more frequent internet users are able to recognise advertisments and they will normally be not interested in ads.
Hi shinujojhn, first is to congratulate you for your effort to over two thousand hubs, what's the trick to achieving that. am looking to increase my page views from search engine, thanks again
@N.Q welcome to hubpages, hopeful you will learn
Oderog the Trick is to Get up early in the morning and start publishing hubs without even having food and watching television and sit in front of computer till midnight.
If you follow this trick you can leap over me easily.
This is not a joke , It is true.
what is the correct marketing approach to spread my hubs in the search engines, so that i get more new internet users?
You don't need thousands of views a day to earn money on hubpages, although that would be nice.
The key is getting traffic from google, yahoo, aol and other search engines. Enough of that traffic produces clicks. You get that traffic by writing original content that many are interested in.
Actually page views and earning has not a firm relationship but from my experience i am getting $5/1000 page impression(average).
Picture content are getting less revenue than text content.
Picture/photo content, by definition, doesn't have text that Google can search. Page views depend on Google giving a searcher pages appropriate to the searchers' search terms.
When you do "regular" websites or blogs, and you insert pictures, you should always put something in the "alt" tags to tell Google what the pictures are about.
When you do HubPages with pics, you should always put in captions descriptive of the pics. HubPages puts those captions into the "alt" tags for the pics.
"Alt" tags help, but still not near as much as a lot of text.
Since most of us are writing about a wide range of topics and drawing very different audiences, there's no way to put a specific number or amount on page views. Statistically that's really obvious.
And as I've said in my lens on boosting your Hub earnings, if earnings are what you are really after, that's how you have to write.
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