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Has anybody earned a living using Adsense?

  1. The British Way profile image59
    The British Wayposted 6 years ago

    Has anybody earned a living using Adsense?

  2. slaffery profile image58
    slafferyposted 6 years ago

    Not yet it's very confusing to set up.  The things I have associated with it have not made me a dime.

  3. Julester profile image41
    Julesterposted 6 years ago

    Hi - do you mean just on Hub Pages. Either way, nope!

  4. relache profile image88
    relacheposted 6 years ago

    I earn my living by writing on a variety of websites like HubPages, using AdSense and other affiliates.  But it took several years to build up to a genuinely-supportive income level.  Plenty of people do make their living from AdSense, but they tend to work at it, just like any other job.

  5. whoisbid profile image73
    whoisbidposted 6 years ago

    People must create huge websites with thousands of page views per day. They  can't do this overnight and it might take a few years. They could earn (Pre-Panda) between 100 to 300 dollars per day if they had something like 10,000/day page views  The amount you earn will depend on you search positions in Google and the CPM for the topics you providing content about . For many people that has now been cut in half. I suspect some have seen an increase but I have my doubts for the most of us. I would not recommend anyone to try and make a living off Adsense unless you are willing to break your back trying to do it. Most people give up and settle for a few pennies but some make serious money from it. I believe that if we are to read the Adsense terms of service we will find out that it is forbidden to disclose earnings to the public but I still see people doing it and in one instance I even saw Google doing it. If you have an adsense account you will sometimes see (in the adsense panel)  links to sites that make a ton of cash using adsense. The last time I looked it was some guy recommending home owner stuff.

 
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