How Long Did It Take For You To Make ANYTHING On Adsense?
Not being pessimistic, but could any 'earners' out they let me know how long it took, and how many Hubs they had at the time, if you can remember!
I have been here for 4 weeks and still haven't made a single penny!
To cash out my first adsense check, about three months. but in the first month I only earned about $2 it takes time, building a steady traffic flow is something done over a longer period of time, you can't expect to earn immediately just because you wrote a great hub or blog. You have to be considered as a good writer and expert in your filed so that people will return to your hubs again and again. building up on returning visitors takes time, so keep at it and sooner or later if you have quality content you will start earning
How much you earn and how quickly you earn depends on the quality of your content as well as the topics you write hubs on. I had quite a few hubs that were written to chase after higher-paying keywords, but I soon realized that the topics were things I knew very little about and the articles offered little value. I had those hubs published for about a year, and during that time all 20 of them earned me under 20c. I recently started publishing hubs on topics I know more about and deleted the older ones. My earnings went from 5c in February (with 21 old hubs) to 89c in March (with 5 fresh hubs), and this month I've already exceeded last month's earnings with 11 hubs in total. Granted, it is pennies, but it's growing exponentially and I think the quality of the content has a lot to do with it. I don't consider myself an 'earner' by any means, not yet anyway, but I figured sharing my experience might help you as well.
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