Are 100 Hubs enough to start seeing real earnings?
I made close to $1500 a month in Adsense earnings @ eHow. But my earnings did not begin to become decent until I posted about 100 articles. Do you think it is realistic for me to expect to see decent earnings on Hubpages after I have posted at least 100 informative hubs?
While the number of hubs can have an affect on earnings, it is my understanding that it is the content that matters most. And traffic is another consideration. So, for me, I concentrate on writing good, solid, original content.
Everyone will tell you that content matters. If you have 100 informative, great content hubs on subjects that will get searched in Google or any other search engine on a regular basis, I'd say yes, you could start seeing some earnings.
I would have to agree with Vocalcoach on this one. 100 hubs is a great goal, but I think it's a good idea to focus on going back and optimizing each of them, adding more quality content and learning as much as possible about SEO. With 100 really good quality hubs that are picked up by the search engines and generate good traffic, I would hope to start seeing some good earnings.
by Ray 2 years ago
Curious: Do you have multiple accounts, because your profile shows 68 hubs. I took a lot of mine and moved them. I let what I have left sit til it goes idle then I take remove it. I have over 80 articles, new ones, that are not published here, but elsewhere. Earnings are less than 2 bucks a month....
by WeddingConsultant 9 years ago
I have yet to see a thread that has shared the successes of the hub challenge.Has anyone seen significant income increases in adsense? Was it worth it? Would you do it again?
by Holle Abee 5 years ago
Just checked yesterday's traffic, and it was horrible. My Monday traffic hasn't been this low since August 2011. I don't get it. It seems the more long, informative, media-rich hubs I write, the less traffic I get.
by Filip Stojkovski 10 months ago
Hi everyone. I've been putting some work in writing quality articles the last few months, all my articles are approved as featured but earnings are still pretty low. I have earned a total of $1+ in two months, and with that speed it will take years to reach checkout. I have both Hubpages and...
by Will Apse 5 years ago
In his hub 'What We Don't Know About Google Panda?', Paul Edmondson points out that Google seems to expect sites to leap high above any bar that might reasonably be set for quality purposes.Paul seems less than happy with Google's attitude. He seems to think that if a page can somehow limp over...
by Dale Hyde 5 years ago
I have noticed that for the past few weeks, especially this past seven day period, that my earnings per view has dropped dramatically. On an average, for the year I have been here, even during the slump viewing times, I would earn approximately .50 per 100 page views. That is a give or...
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