Oh boy, only another $49.50 to go. Well is certainly is better than the zero from Amazon and Google. Hubpages Ads are working pretty well.
I believe you are correct with $50.00. And since this is a short supporting answer I am making it longer.
How many approximate views do you need from HubPages Ad Program Earnings before the $50 might be reached? Perhaps this is not the right place to ask this question but thought that its in the same ball field so no harm in asking!
i think that CPM is the key... you can hav lots of views, but if your CPM is low... you will get low payout...
i´m new here and i have
lol, just need more 49,98$...
Ok...educate me everybody. CPM means what? I see it on Google Adwords but I'm not clear on what that is?
Sinea; CPM stands for Cost per Thousand impressions (Cost per Mille) which is a common online method of paying for ads. If, for instance, the CPM is $2; if your page containing the adverts is viewed two thousand times, you will earn $4. The alternative is, of course, the cost per click (CPC)which is self-explanatory.
It's $50. Wish it was only $10... but I still have a looooooooooong way to go
Good to know that $50 is payment treshold... I always thought it is $100, which I couldn't reach in one year.
by Thomas F. Wuthrich 2 years ago
The closer I get to the $50 payout threshold, the more drastically my AdSense earnings plummet.My current total earnings amount to <snipped>. And I am now making about a quarter PENNY a day.What happens to my accumulated earnings if I decide to pull the plug and delete...
by Sriparna 7 years ago
My hubpages earnings are showing 60 $ as of now, so that means I have already crossed the threshold amount, I would like to know how and when will I get paid, my paypal account which is associated with my hubpages account says 0 $ balance. Can you please clarify this, would really appreciate!
by Richieb799 8 years ago
Anyone else having a bad earnings weekend? Any other suggestions apart from its the weekend?
by CCahill 5 months ago
How do I withdraw my Hubpages Earnings?Am I missing something completely obvious? I cant actually see any option to withdraw
by Rahul Parashar 6 years ago
I was wondering how much people actually earn on HubPages through HubPages ads program? Does it produces better results than AdSense? How much hubs and tgime does it take to start earning? Yeah, I know, so many questions, but I really need to know the answers. Thanks in advance for answering it.
by charanjeet kaur 9 years ago
I have to share my small success story with everyone. It’s not huge compared to what other hubbers make here, but hey I have reached my second payout in just 4 months this time. It is less than 1/3rd of the time it took for my first cheque. Can’t wait to make one each month. My personal advice...
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