Whats it mean when it says the Revenue Potential is $$$$$? Is that good?
Go to your hub, then click stats, then Hub Metrics.
I'm a total noob, and all me hubs are $$$, so $$$$$ looks damn impressive to me.
That means it has the potential to be a pretty big earner. Work on optimizing the keywords for SEO and you could have a very profitable hub! Congrats.
I wrote a hub called "Google Adsense Revenue Low?" it was written for people who have already published hubs/websites and didn't originally optimize them and are now looking to increase their earnings. I outline a few steps that will show you how to hopefully increase your google traffic. That should get you started. Good luck!
All my hubsters have at least three dollar signs!!! $$$
You might want to take a look at one of my recent hubs - "Keywords For Adsense Profits". It gives examples of how careful choice of keywords can greatly improve Adsense income.
Does anyone know what goes into determining how many "$'s" a Hub gets? (Like, the title, the subject, the "field", the length, all of the above, etc?)
Is $$$ considered "average"?
How is the $ to $$$$$ score calculated? Is it a reliable gauge of how a hub could perform?
The revenue potential stats on my hubs never seem to be very accurate. The hubs I have with 3 or 4 dollar signs earn less than hubs I have with one dollar sign. Personally, I don't put too much weight on that stat.
Just curious, does anyone know if the rev potential stat is based solely on adsense earnings i.e.high paying keywords or total earnings including amazon and eBay?
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