What number of daily views does a hub have to have to potentialy begin being profitable?
I am not sure but I will research it and get back to you but I really don't think that it has much to do with the views I think it is more about the amount of ad clicks you get from your adsense ads. I will give more detail as soon as my research is complete thanks.
If it's the right kind of traffic, a single hit has the potential to be profitable. If it's not well-targeted, even a million hits a day may not be profitable. I explain this a little bit more here, though it's specifically on number of hubs rather than number of hits:
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-Many-Hubs-D … ond-Income
And this one may also be useful, about how information from Analytics can be used to better target the hits you're getting so that you're actually getting interested people who are more likely to have use for what's being advertised on your pages:
http://hubpages.com/hub/What-is-Google- … se-Traffic
1 view has potential.
I have a Squidoo lens that gets about 15 views per week, BUT it is my top consistent Amazon earner, easily. I earn quite a bit from it actually.
Depends on the hub, the niche, the ads, the traffic...
True story: I made a sale on the VERY FIRST click I got on one of my hubs.
Post Script: It was my mom trying to help me out... later she found $20 in her purse...
I think one needs lots and lots of traffic. I'm curious to know the answer of this question too. But I don't know the answer because I have not reach that level to know, because I am not profitable yet.
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