How many hubs per week do you write and how much money do you make and how? Adse

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  1. rsanc013 profile image57
    rsanc013posted 7 years ago

    How many hubs per week do you write and how much money do you make and how? Adsense, Amazon, ebay?

    Starting up want to get a general picture of things

  2. Bendo13 profile image81
    Bendo13posted 7 years ago

    So far this year I've been steady at pumping out one hub a day.

    I just recently dropped all eBay ads from my hubs because they have a horrible earnings per click ratio (probably because someone might bid but not win an auction).

    If I were you I'd stick with Adsense and Amazon... and then wait until the HubPages ad program is widespread.

    From what I'm seeing you'll make the most from the HubPages ad program because traffic = earnings.  So far that's been the case for me.

    Adsense will help you bring in a decent amount of money if you get enough traffic.  I was close to making $100/month with them before they changed their algorithm.  Some people on here make 5 times that.

    And Amazon has been making close to the same amount of money for me as Adsense so far this year.  But that's because two people bought ellipticals through me.

    Just write a good amount each month, with good content and maybe drop a few links to your hubs at high PR places like and you'll build a following.  Other hubbers won't be clicking your ads really BUT they will comment, which will look like new content to search engines and boost you up in rankings.

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    AMBASSADOR BUTLERposted 7 years ago

    O hubs per week. I have earned $.01 cent on December 28, 2010 A.D. With Adsense by having put my article on the internet with google on June 2010 A.D. and 2 months later August 2010 A.D. the referring sites found my article and read, use, promoting my article around the world and is now seen in 8 countries: United States, Canada, Germany, Spain, Australia, Japan, Brazil, China. Some cities are: New York City, New York; San Francisco, Ca.; Pelato, Brazil; Wuhan, China; Calgary, Canada. You must write excellent and high quality article/hubs for the referring sites to find and use and spread around the world like they have done with my article. You must be patient and keep your hands off your article/hub for the referring sites to find and use your article/hub. Referring sites will bring traffic to your article/hub automatically if it is of excellent quality content period. Anything less will not bring the abundant traffic for your article/hub and is an easy way to get traffic and money through 100 percent referring sites traffic of which I am getting through them only and do not need anything else to do because they bring the traffic to my article. The trick is to write an excellent article and be patient because it took 2 months for them to find my article on the internet and I do not know how they found it but I am glad they found it before anyone else on the internet and I got an Commons Creative Non Commercial No derivative License on June 6, 2010 A.D. for my article to protect it as much as possible so that no one could steal my article and profit off of it without me also getting paid for it also. I have written the greatest article on the earth and stands side by side with the Holy Bible.

  4. LeanChris profile image70
    LeanChrisposted 7 years ago

    Oh Butler....I do love your answers. As for me, on my main account, most of my earnings are from HubPages Program and Amazon. Roughly 2 USD a day in both cases, due to some very targetted hubs.

    It isn't bad considering I've only been going for a few months.

    However, Adsense isn't producing at all for me. My main website gets some Adsense clicks, but none of my hubs do.


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