Are any of you actually making money on here?
Just wondered? I use my adsense account here and on other free blogs I've set up. But have been mostly putting my focus here but I have not made or even got any clicks from here only my other blogs?
I am, it takes time however for things to come in. Treat it like you would your blogs
I've been here 6 weeks only and made a little over $5 but I'm still working on getting the url referral links and all the details. I need a checklist of all the stuff you gotta do after publishing.
well i don't know about that statement robert.
i found myself clicking on your adsense ads, and i even signed up for the best western promotion through one of your adsense ads.
stick with it....write more hubs. diversify and persevere and success will come.
Yes. I'm not making tons of money right now, because I've been so busy, but when I can stay with it, hubbing regularly and promoting (actually, even a little promotion helps immensely), I do make money from Adsense on Hubpages. You'll make more if you SEO it. ;-) where you can.
I heard that to make money on hubpages it took time and hardwork. So keep hubbing, write more hubs and finally you will end up with success.
by stevedimatteo 9 years ago
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by The Donkey 3 years ago
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by Sullen91 8 years ago
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by Bill Dowis 3 years ago
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by DJ Funktual 10 years ago
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