I've just started hubbing, and I'm trying to create a lot of good content with the intent of building an adsense revenue system. I try to write 10 hubs a week, which I have done so far.
However, I am wondering if fewer, higher quality hubs are better, or if numerous, decent quality (if that's what mine are, idk) hubs on various topics will pull more views.
A little less than half of my hubs aren't getting very many views at all, but my top hubs have gotten more than a hundred each. Is that even good, or does it only seem like it's good because the rest get less?
I guess I'm just looking for some advice on how to make my viewers and adsense revenue increase, if anyone would be so kind as to take a look.
Also, I'm considering twitter, helium, constent content, or other sites to promote this one. Is that a good idea, or should I focus on writing only here, and get more hubs?
Quality is most important.Quantity helps add on to your success, the more hubs you have the more opportunity someone has to click on one of your hubs.
As for adsense keywords are very important. Use the Google keyword search. Remember certain topics will yield greater profit and interest than others.
Reddit works best for me in promoting. I haven't had much success with twitter thus far. There are other sites like Digg, Facebook etc you can use to promote.
I wrote a hub about how to improve the revenue of already published hubs. Sometimes, depending on your original keyword choices, there isn't much you can do, but most of the time you can salvage your hub and increase it's traffic/earnings! I can't post the link here but the article is called "Google Adsense Revenue Low?".
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by mathira 6 years ago
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by eculligan 8 years ago
Does creating more hubs really work and increase you adsense revenue? I have been promoting the heck out of my ten hubs and only made 20 cents.
by quiterandom 5 years ago
Really?What is the deal here?So confusing...
by PierrePierre 5 years ago
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by belief713 9 years ago
Just wondering how everyone feels on this? I know some are making more or less than others with different amounts of Hubs. A lot has to do with content and competition, etc.Just interested in others experience with more hubs equals or doesn't equal more money (with the various Affiliates).
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