When can I expect some earnings from my page?
I have 2 weeks since I started on hub-page with a 86 hubscore and a 77 hub karma is that good?
Your scores have absolutely nothing to do with your earnings. Hubpages doesn't know how much you earn - your adsense ID can get you involved in your own website, and a dozen or more other websites that run Google Adsense ads on them.
I have no idea how hubkarma is calculated. I honestly don't know how hubscore is calculated - but I have some very good ideas about hubscore. Let me tell you about hubscore and earnings though, okay?
I've had a hubscore . . .my author's score up as high as 97 - that's my highest. I've had it up to 96 a couple of times, and it's been around 94 or 95 most of my time on this site.
So far as I know - my score has always been higher than the score of a hubber who may, or may not be here anymore - and his name was/is "Misha."
Misha was making a hundred bucks a day from Adsense. I promise you that I've never, ever been close to that - I've never been even in the same league.
So your author score has nothing to do with earnings. I believe that your author score has more to do with your participation in the Hubpages community than anything else.
If you want to make money on hubpages - then you can do that, and you can do well at it; but it's all up to you, how much you want to learn about how internet marketing works, how good your writing is, how much you want to improve that - and especially, most importantly - how good your hubs are in comparison to other works on the internet in the niches that you write in.
Well thank you for ur response, it was really nice of u to explain all that... appreciate it a lot!
I recently wrote a very big guide with the strategies I've found work well for increasing traffic and income on your hubs.
But if I'd give just a few tips, I'd say the most important thing is to keep writing every day, and develop an audience by interacting with the community (follow, comment, etc).
The other aspect is to choose popular topics and incorporate keywords into the title and the body of the hub.
I really believe those are the two biggest things.
You'll get paid once you got earnings when people/readers click adds on your hubs.
I'm new to HP myself, and I have to agree with Wesman too. I did research to figure out how to start earning income, and yes primarily most of your income will be from Google Adsense. What Google Adsense does is when someone visits your hub, and clicks on one of the ads. You will be paid per click on the advertisement. So, the more people who view your hub, and the more clicks you get on the ads. That means the more revenue you will make. What's also a key factor is the content you are writing. The more interesting it is, more people will view your hubs.
Now, a little social networking and internet marketing will play a vital role as well, but with the help of referral trackers and the like. That too can also give you a good boost in income as well. If you have friends that are interesting in blogging. Use the referral tracker, and when they sign up with HP. You can also generate income just from that! Don't forget to share it among your friends and family. If you have to don't be afraid to even start an email chain. You can do it!
To me, research your keyword. I have one hub, from another account in HP, whereby I was ranked 1st in google. It is a very low competition keyword but I'm getting like 300 to 400 hits a day. So I can proudly say that I'm getting like 0.20 to 0.30 cents just from that single hub alone everyday.
You should have started earning money your first day.
Every Hubber at some point or another has asked this question and I'm one of them. The main problem with passive income is it can be tedious, cause us to be impatient. But what of the effort? After the article is written, there's no additional effort need, hencefore passive.
Get more traffic and you can see the earning increase here or anywhere else.
Now in the world earning in internet is so common matter but you can have some working ability like SEO, HTML etc . You can get more information about SEO ,this link below :
For best you can try it.
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