It's not bad. It is probably the easiest site to add links to, and is pretty hassel free as far as keywords go. I'm not sure if this is a good thing or not. It is important to note that for best results, you need to make a large friends network first. Otherwise you are digg-ing your sites to nobody.
digg is not bad at all. been using it for a while until i discovered virtusa.co.za, a south african based social news and sharing community just ike digg. however, this is also one of the very few sites like this that has a adsense revenue share model which is awesome for adsense publisher. while possibly increasing your se rankings and traffic, you could also increase your revenue by simply submitting some interesting and high quality links (no limit except for explicit content). i think the revenue share is 80% for users. submit till you drop and enjoy ! check them out here : http://www.virtusa.co.za
by premsingh 13 years ago
It is strange to note that my earnings from Kontera ads were $32 in October end but now total earnings are $27.5. Though earnings are increasing every month but total earnings are decreasing. I tried to contact kontera sending email but didn't recieve any answer. Neither they have credited the...
by x3xsolxdierx3x 12 years ago
Hello,My name is Howie.I have done a tremendous amount of research regarding various offerings and elements of functionality/business models of the leading Web 2.0 revenue sharing websites. I've watched growth trends very closely since this industry really began to boom, and I've paid close...
by Anita Saran 8 years ago
I found news about this website on the highly acclaimed Accentuate Writer Forum. The owner checks out every bit of info she posts for credibility. This revenue share site pays for all comments and views your articles get and the articles are really short as on Bubblews. However, unlike on Bubblews,...
by Rev Bruce S Noll HMN 10 years ago
Must we be with Hub pages for 6 months before we can revenue share?Thanks in advance for answering my question. I read that it isn't always the case but I'm curious. I also want your opinion on growing a following as well as writing on multiple sites. I understand quality content and my goal is to...
by shergs 9 years ago
Hello seasoned hubbers. I just want to know the CPM numbers or estimates about the revenue sharing of Hubpages, as I'm wondering if publishing my articles here is really worth the effort. Although I want to provide value and inform other people, I also want to earn from doing so. Thanks.
by Fiction Teller 12 years ago
As promised, Google AdSense has announced on their blog the revenue share they give to publishers:http://adsense.blogspot.com/2010/05/ads … share.htmlFor folks with accounts on eHow, Suite101, and other big publishers, it looks like this rate may not apply, as the revenue share percentage...
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