Is there a way to see how much you have made off of your hubs?
Is there a link on the hub dashboard or do you have to track it some other way?
You will have to check your earnings from each affiliate program separately by visiting their website.
Visit: http://hubpages.com/my/affiliate to apply for affiliate programs, entering affiliate codes.
Each affiliate allows you to run detailed reports. This is helpful when you start an ad campaign for one of your hubs. Say you have two ads and you want to see which is most effective to drive traffic to your hubs. Run one ad for a few days than another for a few days. Both AdSense and Amazon will let you run reports based on the criteria you choose. You will quickly see which ad had the most clicks and highest CTR. This can help you to write better ads which will translate into more traffic to your hubs.
Another thing that is cool about these reports, is they allow you to track earnings by day, week month or a custom time period of your choice. This has helped me set personal goals to see if I can increase my AdSense earnings every month. So far I have been able to do so, kind of a game I play against myself. Except in this case the higher the score equates to more $$$ every month!!!
You can create a speadsheet in Excel or OpenOffice that allows you to automatically sum your earnings. You will still have to gather the values from each of the reports of your affiliate programs though.
by MacPharlain 4 years ago
I'm trying to sign up for the earnings programs and can't because I don't have a Google AdSense account. I applied for one a few days ago but was rejected due to "insufficient content". (My account has 106 hubs, some of which do look sparse after the import.)While I'm...
by Fitter 9 years ago
I think it would be great to make some kind of TOP 10 earners list on Hubpages. Make this list refresh once a day, and make an option "show in top" for each account. Also, make an option to show a nickname(not real profile name) or "anonymous".This step will be great(in my...
by Brett Foster 2 years ago
Basically, I mean that us hubbers put countless hours of work into writing one quality hub after another which in turn increases hubpages revenue, which allows them to enjoy the fruits of its writers dedication and labor. I know writing on hubpages is presented to us like hubpages is doing all us...
by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
I have noticed that upon removing Kontera from my hubs that my AdSense earnings went up. Kontera seemed pretty useless even when I was earning with it because the click were not really all that profitable. One AdSense click seems to be worth more than a Kontera click even when it's like one of the...
by hudsonj1994 8 years ago
Just curious, how much have my fellow hubbers made off adsense on their hubs?So far I have made $23.96
by esoftwisdom 7 years ago
Can someone make straight from first day of Affiliate Programs? If yes how best can someone go about it.
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