Adsense earnings below average I think?
I´ve been with hubpages now for 6 months and with 104 written hubs I get an average daily earnings of 40 cents! I think my earnings are below average cause maybe i´m doing some thing wrong. Can anyone help?
If your intention is to earn money you have to create Hubs with that goal in mind,
If these 104 hubs get a total of 10 visitors the earnings are pretty good, if they get 1000 daily visitors it's lousy. But, with all the quality Algarve-hubs you have you should easily be making $10 daily from them alone if they get a few hundred visits daily.
i have been hubbing for 3 months with 15 hubs now and i have yet to see any real flow. I am now actively looking through hubpages and the web for new ideas. I have pretty much followed all advice i have been given and hope to see my traffic increase soon... It seems traffic makes earnings
Its all depend on traffic of all your hubs, and quality and the topics of the hub.
i think this is fine with the time period of six months, you will definitely gonna increase your earning with more traffic and quality contents.
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