Does anyone know the average amount of monthly earnings hubbers recieve from adsense on hubpages.com? Or is anyoneokay with sharing the amount of money they earn in a month? If so, what amount of hubs have you published?
It is against google TOS to talk about amount earned and CPC etc. You will not find normal postings, but most I am guessing have there own scale on how much traffic they get and what they write about.
No it is not
You can't give exact details, like "I am earning 0.00000018 cent a month", but when you say "about $000 a month," it's ok
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