Plain, simple and easy ! My equation: $1 per day per hub = Your hub is successful Good SEO and hard work = Your $1 a day is doable. Example: 20 hubs @ $1 per hub per day = $20 per day. The more hubs, the more revenue depending on the quality of your hubs. HARD WORK PAYS OFF ! To make it more realistic, just devide above by 2... Still profitable. You like what you see? Now do it ! Let me know what you think LOL
I'm thinking of targeting hubs about my hometown. Just have to look around now and make a list of things I can right about.
Doesnt work for most people just my own little equation. Surprisingly it works for me. I have a secret LOL
OMG You have a Secret........ Ummmmm Hope you're not sittng there Clicking Yourself
Oh hell no !! Not really a secret. I just focus primarily on my city and surrounding cities. More targetted, less competition, higher CTR and traffic.
How many visitors a day should I be getting? with 7 hubs?
Send me a message incase I don't check back in this thread, thanks
I am getting no visitors even after being mighty friendly to folk.
Thanks I dig that Cape Town Villas has serious competition
" Its working for me ! Less competition, more traffic and a higher CTR."
Less competition, google Cape Town Villas and come back and tell me what page you are on with the poor competition.
Huh? But Redneck your stats say you have no hubs? How can you expect traffic with zippo?
You've got nothing to visit, Redneckman. Do you understand how HubPages works?
you have no articles to read I read an article then join fan clubs
I came up with an idea at the weekend, because I've been a member 3 years and not done enough about it.
So, from this week, I'm trying to write one big hub/day and improve one older under-performing one. I am also trying to get one link in per day to any one of my hubs.
So that's, daily:
- write one new hub (3-5 hours, so real work)
- choose/improve an underperforming hub (1 hour)
- find somewhere, some way to get a link to any one of my hubs, making it relevant
Playing a long-term game, if I could do that consistently for 3 years, I'd have 1000 hubs, with 1000 inbound links between them.
I think 1000 hubs is a "tipping point" and would produce anybody a full-time income by that point.
It's not get rich quick, but it's achievable and a plan anybody could follow.
From my experience, if you're going to put that much effort into it you would make a lot more money by building 100 websites with ten pages each on one topic than you could ever hope to make with 2,000 0r 3,000 hubs.
A great way of thinking i'd say. Its nice to set goals for yourself and stick to them. I do the same and it's paying off. Taking some time, but with a little improvement here and there, its getting sweeeeeeet !!
And so it begins. My first hub on the local area. On to the next. Wish me luck.
It doesn't have to be local. Any niche will do providing you know lots about it, it's got low competition and high ad rates. It's finding one that combines the two that's the trick.
Every hub will earn a different amount of money, but keeping an eye on the average income per hub per month has some value as an indicator.
I am in the UK and my adsense is in pence.
I am currently averaging just over 1p/hub/day, which is US$0.016/hub/day
It'd be nice if I could get just 10p/hub/day ...
I need more traffic, so will start to build links in shortly. Currently tidying things up a bit.
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