How do I make money here at Hubpages being a writer? How much per 1,000 views does Hubpages pay?
Hubpages don't pay for views but you share revenue from Google ads (pay-per-click) if you join the Google AdSense affiliate programe. Still, it is a good thing to write articles on Hubpages because you can learn a lot as a writer, read a lot of great stuff from other writers and meet a lot of nice people. Revenue from Google ads can also be high if you know sth about SEO and online marketing. Using other sites for backlinks is a ''must'' so joining RedGage, for example, would be a wise thing and they do pay per views.
Hi Granville! To make money here, sign up for Google AdSense and Amazon to start out with, and write quality articles (around 700 words, using a lot of keywords). The more you publish, the more you will be viewed; however, if your hubs are not quality, then they won't get featured on the HubPages main page.
Also, HubPages doesn't pay per 1,000 views. It all depends on if you choose popular topics, write quality articles, and market yourself on social networking sites, etc.
Hubpages doesnt pay at all - its a publishing platform, but the partners you work with can pay pretty well -
some notes from proven earners:
http://hubsacademy.com/hubpages-income/ … -hubpages/
by Dani Alicia 4 years ago
Does anyone have a good idea of how many hubs I would need in order to make at least $50 a month through the Hubpages Ad program? 100? 200? Anyone achieved this monetary amount per month yet?
by purnimamoh1982 5 years ago
Is there anyone who gets around 50000 pageviews per day on hubpages?I am curious to know are there hubbers who earn more than 50000 pageviews per day? This is a hypothetical benchmark I have set just to have an idea. I guess there is none.
by hassam 6 years ago
This probably is one of the worse days of my life, after so much effort I have put online, here I stand with my Adsense account disabled due to invalid click activity. I don't have any clue why this happened! I have been here at Hubpages for more than 3 years and make more than 90% of my earning...
by Kain 360 15 months ago
From an objective point of view; would you say a hub that is based around an evergreen topic that receives an average of 50 views per day is successful or at least semi-successful? I think the ideal would be 100-200, but 50 is much better than 10 or none. I posted before about how I quit HubPages...
by Kain 360 9 months ago
Is it realistic to make $40 a day off of 10,000 views daily give or take? Before HubPages suffered from Google Algorithm updates in 2012; I remember doing very well with views on another account, but I don't think my CPM was that high. I pretty much semi-retired from writing on HP during 2014-2016...
by Traqqer 7 years ago
I know this can range wildly, but what would you say is a good average number of views per hub per week?
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