Your hubpage articles would need to be about subjects that pay a higher rate. The hub pages that make me the most money are on prepaid credit cards. Example I have a Article about Chile that gets about 3 clicks a day and makes a few dollars a month and I have some Credit Card articles that get about 10 clicks a Month and make close to 10 dollars a month. So you need to find articles that have a higher pay for keywords.
When your getting clicks but no revenue Googles System is finding those clicks to be Suspicious in nature or Fraudulent. So I would find out where those clicks are coming from before they cancel your account out.
I've written a hub about this with protecting your Google Account and getting clicks that aren't getting you money for them.
You've only been on the site for two days and only have five Hubs, so most of all, you need to understand that building web revenue takes time and that means more than content and time than what you've experienced so far.
And if you want to earn, you need to write with that in mind and towards that purpose.
That sounds like they don't think they are intended clicks. Or, are you checking to see if you are getting paid and clicking on your own ads. They can track where the clicks are coming from, so even if it is from a different computer and in the same house, they can tell. I dont' know much about how it works, but it has something to do with the IP address or something.
by K Kiss 14 months ago
Is it possible to make $300 a month from hubpages?I have been hubbing for 2 years now and earn about 50-70 dollars a month from adsense but was wondering how to and whether it is indeed possible to earn 300-400 dollars a months.Please share you own experiences if you life.
by Paul Goodman 6 years ago
I understand the clicking part of eBay earnings. But how do I know how much that I will be paid for the sales revenue from winning bids? I have read the relevant page of earnings, which doesn't really tell me clearly, although it does imply that I get 40% of ebay revenue? However...
by Evan Hutchinson 7 years ago
Since I've seen you here. One of your support staff found my account, so I retract my other thread. However, I'm still deleting your service off of my websites. Number one, your revenue reporting is AWFUL. The fact that you don't have all-time revenue on your site, or any possible way to access my...
by em_saenz 6 years ago
I visited my adsense account to find I am earning no money on my clicks. I followed the instructions to access and authorize in account settings, but once again, they are refusing to accept my URL https://.emsaenz.hubpages.com. these people are stealing my revenue. did this happen to anybody else?
by Ginny 6 years ago
What are your HubPages goals for the next year? Income, number of hubs published, writing goals?
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) 7 years ago
For a while I was seeing quite a few of my hubs getting 1 or 2 cents everyday, but recently not anymore, even though the pages are still getting similar amount of traffic. It's no coincidence, and would like to know how the google impression really works here
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