Well, I'm assuming that you are utilizing a revenue generating ad service such as Adsense or a commission service such as Amazon. All you need to do is log into your account and see how many ad impressions and ad clicks that you have gotten or how many items have been sold through your referral. Remember that almost all revenue providers require a minimum amount of income before you receive a check.
by Darrke Thoughts 7 years ago
Great news is I made $.41. The bad news is I'm not sure how. I was trying to figure out if it was from hubpages or not. I have URL/Channels on my adsense accounts, but nothing is showing up on the reports. I think it would have said if it was one of my other websites as they...
by Cordale 7 years ago
Ok, so I have been here roughly 6 weeks. In those first 4 weeks I spent my time reading and learning and only published a few crappy hubs that got me about 20 Search Engine views a day. I got excited when I saw myself earning .01$ a day.Anyway as I am sure you will go look at my hot hubs, I found a...
by Dennis Pace 6 years ago
where do thoughts and feelings come from?I have been experimenting with creating original thoughts. then letting them loose to soar, generating more new impressions, leading to possibilities and destinations unlimited. Conceptualizing thoughts. from where do you come , where...
by quicksand 2 years ago
Any Disadvantages In Utilizing "Google Translator" On Your Website Or Blog?What is your opinion on incorporating a translator on your site, relating to the advantages and disadvantages?
by surf traveler 6 years ago
How can you tell if a blog has do follow or do not follow back links?
by Violet 11 months ago
Hi....So, I signed up here about 2 weeks ago, and have made about 17 articles, all of which are featured and there are no broken links or any issues that I've found....And when I go see the daily clicks...it's been rising. In the past 3 days I've gotten about 60 clicks or so....But for some reason,...
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